Isosceles Shawl

Introducing my newest pattern: Isosceles!

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Isosceles is a shawl that is worked from the “inside out” using modular knitting. The work begins with just one stitch as you cast on for the center piece. The colors are added in sequence, by picking up the stitches along the outside edges. Isosceles is finished off with binding all the way around and a picot bind off in a contrasting color.

The models shown are worked with madelinetosh sport and Merino Sport by Sunshine Yarns.

There are two sizes included in this pattern: small and large. Simply follow the directions for the size and style you are knitting.

Languages
This pattern is available in English and German.

Gauge
20 stitches x ~46-48 rows = 4” (10 cm) in garter stitch on size US 5 (3.75 mm) needles; measured on a washed and blocked flat swatch. You are advised to ensure that both your stitch and row gauges are accurate.

Difficulty
Easy (picking up stitches along a finished garter stitch edge, video tutorial provided).

Needles
US Size 5 (3.75 mm) circular needles.

Stitch Markers
RS marker: to denote the RS from the WS; mA: left corner marker; mB: bottom corner marker; mC: right corner marker; mD: beginning of round binding marker.

Yarn
Yardage depends on the yarn you decide to use. Estimated Requirements using tosh sport from Madelinetosh Yarns 270 yds (247 m) per skein or Merino Sport from Sunshine Yarns 225 yds (206 m) per skein.
Small – 2-Color or 6-Color Shawl ~495 yards (453 meters) in total
Large – 2-Color or 7-Color Shawl ~875 yards (800 meters) in total

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