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New Pattern! Within the Lines Shawl

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I have a new pattern available for download now from Under the Olive Tree Knits and Ravelry - this is the Within the Lines shawl. 

About this Pattern

Within the Lines is a triangular shawl worked from the top down in three colours of aran weight yarn. At first glance this may look like a normal striped shawl but Within the Lines uses slipped stitches make some of the stripes go a little wonky. So you’re still colouring within the lines; you just get to bend those lines ever-so-slightly!

The heavier yarn works up quickly and produces a rich texture and great warmth. Combine a neutral main colour with two high-contrast colours to create a real showstopper!

The pattern has been tech edited and test knit and includes written instructions and charts.

Skills / Techniques used: Knit, purl, yo’s, slipped stitches

SizesOne size 

Measurements: The finished blocked item measures 68” (173cm) wingspan and 30” (76cm) depth at the longest part 

Materials Used

•    Yarn A – Garter Stitch Stripes – 1 x skein 3.5oz / 100g, 181yd / 166m Aran yarn. The yarn used in the pattern pictures is Erika Knight Wild Wool, 85% wool / 15% viscose (nettle) in the Meander colourway (grey).
•    Yarn B – Stripes – 1 x skein 3.5oz / 100g, 181yd / 166m Aran yarn. The yarn used in the pattern pictures is Erika Knight Wild Wool, 85% wool / 15% viscose (nettle) in the Mooch colourway (dark purple).
•    Yarn C – Stripe – 1 x skein 3.5oz / 100g, 181yd / 166m Aran yarn. The yarn used in the pattern pictures is Erika Knight Wild Wool, 85% wool / 15% viscose (nettle) in the Dawdle colourway (dusky pink).
•    1 x locking stitch marker (optional)
•    1 x US size 10, 32” – 40” (6mm, 80 – 100cm) circular needle 

Gauge: 14 stitches and 23 rows to 4” / 10cm in stockinette stitch after blocking

The pattern has been professionally tech edited by James Bartley and was tested by a fantastic group of test knitters! 

Thank you Donna, Elizabeth, Kim, Linda and Mary for testing!

To view more testers photo's take a look at the project pages on Ravelry.

There are 'Choose your Own Colour' Kits available on the website for this pattern too! Take a look at the Within the Lines Kit page and create your own colour combinations for this pattern.

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