Jagged Little Mosaic Shawl
The Jagged Little Mosaic Shawl is a size adjustable shawl that can be made in any fibre and could be adapted easily with different yarn weights. It’s a triangle shawl that has an unconventional construction - starting with a kite shape. This is probably my favourite shawl shape at the moment; it wears really well bib-style with the points of the triangle hanging at the front.
1 stitch marker
5.5mm hook with detachable cable
Two prototypes were made for this pattern with different quantities of yarn.
Life in the Long Grass “Moon”, fingering weight (Australian 4 ply), 100g/365m/400yds, 20% silk, 80% superwash merino. 1 skein each of Ceramic and Spharia. Shawl weighs 226g.
Dyeing Dream neon mini set, fingering weight (Australian 4 ply), 20g/80m/87yds 75% Australian superwash merino, 25% nylon. 6 x 20g minis.
Bendigo Woollen Mills luxury, fingering weight (Australian 4 ply), 200g/720m/787yds, 100% superwash wool. 20g used, 304 black. Shawl weighs 140g.
The pattern is size adjustable depending on the yarn being used and how much is available. You could make this shawl in another yarn weight using less or more yarn. This will affect the finished size.
Sample 1: 160cm long x 53cm wide
Sample 2: 145cm long x 47cm wide