Simplicity is Key
Then this is the shawl for you!
Triangle shawls have a very straightforward construction, which is easy to memorize. The combination of stockinette and garter stitches give Simplicity is Key a nice texture, and you can get creative with your colour choices. I opted for something more subtle this time, but
just imagine how it would look in black or dark grey, with a very bright contrast colour. Or, what about using three colours? There are many possibilities to make your shawl unique, without having to worry about a complicated pattern.
5 mm/US 8 knitting needles, I used a 100cm/40” circular needle
Total yarn needed: Aran weight yarn, 395 m/430 yds
Main colour: 170 m/185 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 30 blue grey, 2.5 balls)
Contrast colour: 225 m/245 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 24 dark grey, 3 balls)
One stitch marker to mark the centre stitch.
13 sts and 22 rows = 10 cm/4” in stockinette
Gauge is not crucial here, but it might affect the size of your finished shawl and how much yarn you need.
1.42 m/56” wide, 63 cm/25” down centre spine