Smolder

the line between heat and flame

Slow, low-temperature, flameless combustion formed on the surface of a solid is the phenomena of smoldering. With that as inspiration, this stole is brought to the brink of combustion by the interplay of three contrast colors within the ever-compressing stripe sequence. The first two are worked only one row at a time to give the illusion of flicker and the third is held until the finishing when the four separate triangles ultimately form the rectangle.


Yarn

1 skein each Isager Wool 1 (330 yds/50g) of the following colors: #55, #7S, #6S, #1S, #3, #28S
2 skeins each Isager Wool 1 (330 yds/50g) of the following colors: #47, #23S, #13S

Needles & Notions
size 4 US/3.5mm circular 32″ or longer needles
set size 4 US/3.5mm double-pointed needles (optional)
smaller spare needle
waste yarn
stitch holder
tapestry needle

Finished Size
25″ x 80″

Gauge
6 sts = 1″ in pattern

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

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