Designed by Inese Sang, Mist is an asymmetrical shawl worked sideways from tip with regular side increases along its left edge, joining the two colorways with the intarsia method.
The original is knitted using our Rustic Merino Linen singles (seen in image) using Cloth as main color and Druid as contrast color. If you like you can also knit it in Merino Singles without any linen. Choose from the drop down menu below.
Pattern is sold separately and can be found here in Issue 6 of our latest publication Encircled Forms.
Yarn Base: Linen Singles or Singles
Main Color: Cloth, 800 yds (732 m) – 2 skeins
Contrast Color: Druid, 400 yds (366 m) – 1 skein
Sizes: One Size – Wingspan (length along the longest edge): 70.75” (180 cm) – Depth: 34.5” (88 cm) – Textured leaf edge: 67” (170 cm) – Finishing Edge: 42” (107 cm).
Skeins: 3 Skeins in total – 2 Main Color and 1 Contrast Color
To Order: Pick your favorite Main color from the drop down menu (image shows Cloth) and add 2 skeins then pick your Contrast Color (image shows Druid) and add 1 skein, then pick between Singles or Linen Merino Singles from the base menu.
10% of 3 skeins or more.
Errata: The smaller Chart 3 of Mist Shawl on page 125 is upside down.