THIS IS A DIGITAL PATTERN FILE, NOT THE ACTUAL KNITTED PIECE!
This is a simple shawlette available in two different versions. The striping reminded me of the grooves formed by glaciers on Kelly’s Island in Ohio, a fantastic place that we used to go to as kids for family vacations. The most fun part about this pattern may just be picking the perfect two colors of a gorgeous hand-dyed sock yarn.
approximately 600 yards total fingering-weight yarn, split between two colors as follows: 325 yards color A, 275 yards color B. I used Hazel Knits Artisan Sock in Chocolatier (Color A) and Terrywinkle (Color B) (brown/lavender, Version 1) and Sassafrass (Color A) and Nickel (Color B) (dark grey/light grey, Version 2).
75” wide, 15” deep at center.
More information, including gauge and suggested needle size, can be found on my website