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Aftersome is an asymmetrical triangular shawl, knit from side to side with four colors of DK weight yarn. If you’d like to pair some DK and some fingering weight skeins from your stash, this is the perfect project to combine them!

This pattern features stockinette, eyelets and a dip stitch that really shows off color transitions. The striking border of repeating chevrons shows off the fantastic colors that you’ve chosen. A two color I-cord bind off is the perfect finale for this dramatic shawl. 

The pattern includes a video tutorial for the dip stitch so you can take on this new technique with confidence.

Techniques Used In This Pattern
Long tail cast on, dip stitches, slipping stitches, two color I-Cord bind off

Finished Measurements
Wingspan: 79” / 201 cm

Plies and Hellhounds ‘Selkie,’
(85% Non Superwash Merino, 15% Silk, 492 yds / 100g)

Color 1: Yugen, 1 skein or 366 yds similar fingering weight yarn (held double) or 183 yds DK weight yarn

Color 2: Anam Cara, 1 skein or 442 yds similar fingering weight yarn (held double) or 221 yds DK weight yarn

Color 3: Numinous, 1 skein or 480 yds similar fingering weight yarn (held double) or 240 yds DK weight yarn. Please read “Notes” on this pg regarding Color 3.

Color 4: Sonder, 1 skein or 391 yds similar fingering weight yarn (held double) or 196 yds DK weight yarn

One 24” circular needle, US 6 / 4 mm or size needed to get gauge

Tapestry needle to weave in ends

21 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette stitch, knit flat, after blocking.

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Ravelry ID: SamanthaGuerin

The Aftersome shawls shown were knit with fingering weight yarn held double but could also be knit with DK weight yarn held single.

When working two color sections, carry non- working yarn up the side by always bringing the working yarn underneath the non-working yarn at the start of a row, unless instructed to cut.

Video tutorial for Dip Stitch and Purl 1 wrapping yarn twice
You will get a PDF (2MB) file
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