Dawn

the line between night and day

Daybreak is thousands of tiny beams of pinks, reds and golds bursting forth as balance to the encroachment of night. For Dawn, I placed the entire stole on the bias, or rather on two biases. The center section is worked in one piece as a triangular shawl then each half is worked separately on the bias then decreased to form a corner. This is made by a dislocation in the shaping – increases in the first section, paired increases and decreases in each of the sides, then corners created by only decreasing.


Yarn

1 skein each Isager Wool 1 (330 yds/50g) of the following colors: #39S, #1S, #28S, #13S

Needles & Notions
size 7 US/4.5mm circular or straight needles
set size 7 US/4.5mm double-pointed needles (optional)
waste yarn
tapestry needle

Finished Size
21″ x 58″

Gauge
4 sts = 1″ in pattern

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Dawn is a shawl pattern from The Fine Line.
Learn more about the book and purchase it here.

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