Pink/Purple Triangle Knit Shawl

I've been working on this really basic pattern for a large shawl/wrap. I can't seem to find it again, but the pattern is essentially K2, YO, K to the end, and repeat for every row. It recommends getting to 130 for kids or 150 for adults, but I just finished my 450 yards out with it. Knowing my oldest daughter would want to twirl around with it anyways, making it a little larger than normal works out for her.

Progress pictures and the finished picture are below. I used Parfait multicolored yarn to achieve the look. I didn't have to use multiple yarns to get the different colors.

Thanks for reading!

Categories: Knitting

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About Christina M. Gleason

Christina GleasonDeveloper who has been playing with websites since I was a preteen, it started with some tables and CSS creating a website about fairies (true story). Since then, I got a BS in Computer Science, and went to work on PHP-based websites and applications. I spent some time in custom frameworks, then a lot of time in custom WordPress development and Magento e-commerce. Industries I've worked in include logistics, healthcare, retirement communities, legal, spiritual, and HVAC.

I am an active knitter, and I also really enjoy scrapbooking and painting. Creativity has always been at my core, and I bring that into my daily workflow all the time. Lifting and working out is also important to me. I'm also married, have two daughters, and two rescue dogs Barlow and Sunshine.

Find me on: Ravelry | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | GitHub