Shifting tones of Piper held double create a beautiful garter-stitch fabric that’s both substantial and airy. Taking cues from ever-changing sunlit seascapes, Katrine Birkenwasser worked up this design with two strands of Piper, changing colors one strand at a time for a subtle, shifting marled effect over this short-row shaped, asymmetrical triangle shawl.
88" [223.5 cm] wingspan and 27" [68.5 cm] deep at center
piper / 2 skeins each / longhorn 601 / guadalupe 603 / coldspring 611
32" circular in size US 9 [5.5 mm]
16 sts and 30 rows = 4" [10 cm] in garter stitch with yarn held double, after blocking
Long-tail cast on, wrap-and-turn short rows (links provided); increasing, decreasing.