stands for Super-wide, Super Simple! A wide, shallow, garter-stitch triangle with options for decorative eyelet rows, and two pretty bind-off options.
From the valley grasslands—scattered with ponderosa pine, cottonwood, and birch—to the alpine tundra of stunted spruce and fir, the Okanagan Valley’s rainshadow forests are home to some of the rarest and most diverse ecosystems in the country.
Choose coordinating speckled, tonal, or variegated yarn to create a “blended” effect as you move from one color into the next and then back again in this relaxing knit. There are many ways to color this shawl using any amount of yarn colors you choose. This pattern calls for a fingering weight yarn which creates a lightweight shawl to wear most of the year. You can explore the length and width of the pattern by changing to a heavier weight yarn, if you choose to. The most important thing is…
Taina is a triangular shawl worked from one corner to the long edge on the opposite side. It is worked in garter stitch and eyelet rows. It’s made for the most beautiful skeins of sock yarn that you’d rather wear around your neck than on your feet.