Designer’s Description: As the sun begins to rise, the dark sky turns shades of pink and orange in anticipation of a beautiful day. Crisp morning air calls for a cozy accessory to sweep around your neck in the light of dawn. This design is the perfect way to highlight a special variegated or brightly speckled yarn. Paired with a high-contrast solid, simple eyelets and a unique slip-stitch pattern allow you to create an eye-catching masterpiece while only knitting one color at a time. Beginning with just a few stitches, increases on each side work their way outward to create a lovely, sweeping crescent with beautiful drape and a lovely curl when worn.
Wingspan: 73” / 185.5cm
Depth: 17” / 43cm at deepest point
Gauge (after blocking): 20 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
Tools Needed: US 5 - 3.75 mm
Sample shown in: Ink (MC) and Tangie (CC)
Yarn: Spun Right Rouns CLassic Sock⎜438 yds//100g/skein⎜one skein MC and one skein CC
Pattern: digital copy (via Ravelry)