An asymmetrical shawl that uses increases and decreases to bend it’s stripes which gradually grow wider. The shawl is started at one tip, then worked sideways until reaching it’s targeted width. Then a lace pattern is introduced to gradually taper it back down to only a few stitches. The main colour should be a speckle or variegated yarn that contrasts highly from the secondary colour.
Leizu DK by Julie Asselin
90% Superwash Merino Wool, 10% Silk
115g (4.06oz) = 238m (260y)
2 Skeins, sample shown in MC: Folk, and CC: Week-End
5.0mm (US8) 32” or longer circular needles
2 Stitch markers
1 Locking marker or safety pin