- very short rows turn short color segments into small stripes
- designed for fingering weight, with detailed notes for using any weight
- five lengths and five widths to combine as you like
- make it a shawl by choosing a wide width
- pattern includes process photos and construction diagram
- all short rows makes it fun to knit!
- enough fingering weight yarn for your size choice (see pdf preview for yardage estimates), or you can use a different weight (sizing notes are included); variegated colorways with color segments around 10-15 inches / 25-38 cm work the best
- a long circular needle (32"/80cm or longer) US size 4 (3.5mm) for fingering gauge, or sized to match your yarn weight
Designed for busy variegated colorways, this piece is full of very short rows, turning short color segments into stripes, in chevrons, wavy lines and ovals, and perpendicular squishy garter stitch.
The short bursts of color come together to form a bent shape, made long and narrow as a scarf, or short and wide if you like; the construction is fun and modular — no seaming, no picked up stitches!