Hypnotik

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Hypnotik

Description

A mesmerizing mosaic pattern fans out boldly across the surface of this cozy shawl in two sizes (petite/tall) with wavelike rhythm. Work in a two-color palette for super-defined contrast or mix a solid with a gradient for more subtle, ever-changing effects. Deceptively simple to work, using just one color per row, the garter-based motif is easily memorized and the shaping is simple—this is a great option for a beginning colorwork project and amusing fun for experienced knitters. 

Samples shown include (kits available): 

  • Bare Naked Wools Modern Deco Sport Chrome with Feederbrook Farm Entropy Sport Hurricane Gradient (Blue-Green) in Petite.

  • Bare Naked Wools Modern Deco Sport Carbon Steel (Dark Gray) with Feederbrook Farm Entropy Sugar Maples in Tall.

  • Bare Naked Wools Modern Deco Sport Chrome (Light Gray) with Stone Soup Fingering Slate in Petite.

  • Bare Naked Wools Modern Deco Sport Titanium (white) with Stone Soup  Fingering Pumice in Petite.

  • Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size, drape, or yardage requirement.

Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Modern Deco Sport, Stone Soup Fingering, Better Breakfast Fingering, Feederbrook Farm Entropy Sport, Infinite Twist Helix Giant Gradients

Check out available kits for Hypnotik here.

Finished Size: 60(68) inches across top edge and 36(42) inches deep along beginning edge (stretched and blocked)

Yarn requirements: Color A (solid): 275(350) yards / Color B (gradient): 275(350) yards

Gauge:
23 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on larger needles (washed and air-dried)
22 sts and 44 rows = 4 inches in pattern stitch on larger needles (washed and air-dried)

Needles:
size 6US (4.0 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge
size 5US (3.75 mm) for starting border (or .25 mm smaller than gauge needle)