Eri has done it again with her gorgeous Sangatsu Shawl design. Choose any two contrasting colours from the Nomad Noos High mountain Yak or Dry desert camel light fingering range to create your own version of this stunning shawl.
Sangatsu - March in Japanese - is a narrow triangle shawl. It is worked sideways, starting from one edge and in the colourwork pattern, to the other edge. Tassels can then be attached to both ends, if desired.
The yarn used for the shawl is a hand-spun yarn that may vary in length. If you choose to knit the larger size, then you may find that 1 skein in each colour may not be enough. I recommend you weigh how much yarn is left at the half way point to ensure you have enough to complete the project.
Sizes : 1 (2)
Depth: 11 1⁄2 (14 1⁄2)” / 29.5 (37) cm
Wingspan: 47 1⁄4 (65)” / 120 (165) cm
Yarn : Nomad noos High mountain yak (100% yak - 289 yards / 265 m per 50 g)
MC: 1 (1) skein or approximately (185) 289 yards / 170 (265) m of Nomad Noos High Mountain Yak or Dry desert camel (289 yards / 265 m per 50 g)
CC: 1 (1) skein or approximately 109 (142) yards / 100 (130) m ofNomad Noos High Mountain Yak or Dry desert camel (289 yards / 265 m per 50 g)
Size 1: MC Come se Yaka? (wine red) & CC Turn on the mountain lights Size 2: MC Yes my eagle can do (orange) & CC Turn on the mountain lights
Needle : US 5 / 3.75 mm circular needle, 24” / 60 cm or longer Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Gauge : After blocking 30 sts and 27 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Color work pattern (see below) with US 5 / 3.75 mm needle