Inspired by the interrupted stripe patterns that emerge from the Arashi technique of Shibori dying, this asymmetrical triangular shawl is completely reversible with a dark side and a light side that are equally attractive. It can easily be made larger or smaller by simply repeating the pattern rows more or fewer times.
This shawl alternates between single-color and bi-color brioche. You will need twice as much yarn of one color as the other, but whether you opt for more light than dark or more dark than light is entirely up to you.
Span: 80 inches
Height: 27 inches
GAUGE (after blocking)
14 sts/19 rows = 4 inches in brioche rib
Apothefaery Fabrications Delightful DK
100% merino; 250yds/228m per 115g skein;
1 skein in Dark Night (DC)
2 skeins in Snowflake (LC)
US #6/4mm circular needle,
24 inches or longer