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is a mixture of ground spices used in Indian cooking with great aroma and color. For me, it is a wonderfully creative process, full of emotion and energy by those who prepare it. No mixture equals the other. This MKAL is based on the idea, to enjoy every moment of the process. You will make a unique experience and discover the mystery step by step while mixing the three colors for this new shawl. I'm sure you'll enjoy Masala. This challenge took place from June 1st to July 31st, 2019.

It is a triangle shawl, available in one size. This shawl is top-down construction with written instructions and has been tested. Available in Spanish too, HERE

This design has a mosaic zone with the slipped stitches will be a lot of fun knitting, you'll see!.
I recommend three colors semisolid yarns. If you love the gradient yarn, I recommend only ONE skein in a smooth gradient. Not recommended a self-striping or wildly variegated yarn with vast tonal differences.


Fingering weight - 3 colors: one light or neutral color and 2 others with good contrast between them
Color 1: 330 yds/ 303 m
Color 2: 308 yds/ 283 m
Color 3: 245 yds/ 225 m (neutral color)

My Sample
Eurosock MadelineTosh 100% merino (435 yds/398m/100g)
C1: Sulfur
C2: Saffron
C3: Canvas Tent

US #5 3,75 mm

24 sts x 30 rows over 10 cm/4” in stockinette stitch (before blocked)

Wingspan - 72”/180 cm; Center Depth - 36”/90 cm

Other Notions
Stitch marker, tapestry needle for weaving
Cast on, slip stitches, increase and decrease, I-cord bind off

This pattern requires knowledge of working with a chart and/or written instructions, slip stitches, and basic lace abilities.
If you have any questions, write to my email: info @ susanalobosdesigns

Especial thanks to Lucy and Suzana, and Fina for testing the pattern.
if you want to see the finished projects of other knitters on #ravelry, Click HERE
Happy Knitting 😊
You will get a PDF (3MB) file
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