Patterns

ONPA SHAWL

音波 ( j a p . )  s o u n d w a v e

This triangular shawl has been inspired by sound waves. The design is created using colorwork that is worked flat. And whether you are using English or Continental methods, several solutions are provided on how to best carry your yarn. At first sight, the unusual patterning of this shawl renders an ombré look and only upon closer inspection one can truly appreciate the details on this pattern. Follow the tips provided to help your version look completely reversible. Minimal, graphic and unique this shawl will surely turn many heads.

YARN

Brooklyn Tweed LOFT (100% American Targhee-Columbia Wool), 275 yds/50g;
3 skeins of “Sweatshirt” (MC) or 578 yds of other fingering weight yarn
2 skeins of “Homemade Jam” (CC) or 424 yds of other fingering weight yarn

GAUGE

21 sts and 40 rows= 4” over Stockinette st swatch worked on smaller needle, measured over dry swatch after it has been washed and blocked
21 sts and 36 rows = 4” over Colorwork swatch worked on larger needle, measured over dry swatch after it has been washed and blocked

NEEDLE SIZE

US 3 (3.25 mm) 36-40” or longer, circular
US 5 (3.75 mm) 36-40” or longer, circular
OR USE SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

(blocked)
67” wingspan
30” depth
40” along the side

PDF PATTERN

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