Of all the two-color knitting techniques, mosaic knitting is the easiest, using only one color at a time. The Cleona Shawl alternates bands of garter and stockinette stitch stripes with bands of mosaic chevron, and finishes with a swath of garter stitch.
The shawl begins with a few stitches and increases along one edge to form the triangle.
The instructions are written, with the mosaic chevron charted. The finished wingspan is approximately 51" and the center length is approximately 22", after blocking.You will need:
- Liverpool Yarns Fingering, 1 skein each of Color A, Color B, and Color C. Sample is shown in Fawn, Gossamer and Firewheel.
- US size 4 (3.5 mm) 32” circular needle for stripe sections and garter stitch edging
- US size 5 (3.75 mm) 32” circular needle for mosaic sections
- Yarn needle