||Tourlaville Knitted Shawl Pattern by Zsuzsa Kiss
Pattern included in the Physical Issue of Knitscene Fall 2015
A touch of brioche at the very edges of this top-down triangular shawl adds a bit of interest. A long color-repeat yarn, worked using two balls in a striping sequence, creates a striking coloring effect.
- Finished Size 43" wide and 108 1/2" tall at the center
- Gauge 29 sts and 44 rows=4' in St st
- Needles: Size 1 1/12 (2.5 mm): 32" circular needle and tapestry needle
||Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball in #1536 Fuchsia
A perennial favorite since its introduction, Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball features a super-long color repeat, creating wide stripes and dynamic color changes when worked in a project like this shawl.
Knit the Tourlaville Shawl with
2 balls of #1536 Fuchsia. Each ball is 75% Merino Wool, 25% Nylon, and 459 yards per 100 gram ball.
*Colors may vary from what is pictured here