Wavy, motif-like wedges flow in a gradient of speckled and variegated shades to create an airy triangular shawl with a scalloped edge.
The symmetrical triangular shawl is crocheted with motif-like wedge stitches in one piece, each motif worked over 2 rows. The triangular shape with is achieved by adding one motif at the start of every other row
Merino gradient’s colors flow into each other from a light through speckled and variegated shades to a dark one by working a few rows of half-and-half motifs for smoother transitions.
The gauge is not crucial, but it will change the finished size, and may affect yarn consumption – how many rows can be worked with each color.
Materials: 1 Urth Merino Gradient Kit, shown in 804, 805 and 807
Dimensions: 59’’/150 cm span x 19.75’’/50 cm depth
Hook: US E/3.50 mm; or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry nedle; locking stitch markers
Gauge: 21 sts x 10 rows in dc; or 5 x 3.5 motifs
(measured perpendicular to the straight edge) = 4’’/10 cm square
Skill level: Intermediate
Techniques: Chain, slip, single, half double, double, treble, and double treble crochet stitches, decreasing