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Liath

Liath (pronounced Lee-ah, ‘grey’ in Irish) is a triangular garter stitch shawl featuring a simple slipped stitch pattern. The shawl is designed to showcase mini skeins, combining one large semi-solid skein with complementary semi-solid and speckled mini skeins.

The shawl is worked flat, beginning with just a few stitches and increasing as you work. The pattern begins with alternating garter stitch stripes before introducing the slipped stitch motifs. The mini skeins are arranged in a fade progression, and the slipped stitch pattern changes as each new colour is introduced. The shawl is finished in a single-colour border.

Size 78 x 112 x 150 cm / 30 x 44 x 59 inches (measured along curving edges)

Yarn
Fingering / 4 ply weight yarn in the following quantities:
MC 400m / 440 yards
CC1-4 85 m / 92 yards each

Sample was knit using the following yarns:
MC Malabrigo Yarn Sock (100% Merino, 402m / 440 yards per 100 g) Shade 36 Pearl

Ellie and Ada sock mini skein (75% Superwash Merino 25% Nylon, 85m / 92 Yards per 20g
CC1 Don’t Tell
CC2 Hurricane
CC3 The Sweethearts
CC4 ‘Call on Me’

The contrast colours are arranged in a fade progression with a pop of colour at the end.

Gauge 25 sts & 50 rows over 10 cm / 4” in garter stitch, knit flat.
Needles 3.25 mm needle or size needed to achieve gauge, in your preferred needle for knitting flat 

Additional Materials
Stitch markers
Darning needle (for weaving in ends)

I owe a massive thank you to the knitters who tested this pattern for me. Forever grateful!

This purchase is for a digital knitting pattern containing instructions to make your own version of the pictured handknit shawl. 

You will get a PDF (3MB) file

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