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16 Mar '17

Versicolor- FREE PATTERN

Posted by Julia Wardell in free, Knitting, pattern

Versicolor means of various colors and this shawl is the perfect way Learn some new stitches while playing with various colors when creating this attractive triangle shawl.

 The shawl begins with a garter tab and grows from the tab top down. It was created to compliment the Color Me Happy Kits that are offered in the shop. However,  this project is also a good way to destash colors you may have left from other projects.

 So let your creativity and  versicolor imagination go wild!

Note: That while this comes with written instructions this is more of a shawl recipe than a pattern. Use a needle size that gives you a nice drape to the fabric you would like to create.

This pattern was created by my Mom Debi and she used US size 4 (3.5 mm) needles when knitting this sample. Please keep in mind that my Mom is a super super loose knitter- so if you plan to make this I would recommend going up a needle size or two if you are super tight knitter.

Approximate yardage for each color used was 231 yds/ 50 grams in the sample shawl shown.

Stitches you will learn:
  • Knot Stitch
  • Garter Stitch
  • Bee Stitch
  • Diagonal Cross Stitch
  • Rose Stitch
  • Garter Lace

Click the Link below to download a PDF file of this pattern.

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P.S. Kit used to make this sample was called Nebula and it was an OOAK kit. As many of you know I have a short attention span when it comes to colors so I am constantly adding new colors and kits to the shop. With that being said- if you like a kit or color- I would suggest grabbing it, as it may not come around in the shop again.


3 Comments

Thank you for creating and sharing this pattern and color inspiration. A very generous gift!

Posted by Linda B on April 02, 2017

Hi, I am interested in this pattern, but was most attracted to the colors you used. Please share which kit you used for this sample. Thanks!

Posted by j on March 18, 2017

What a beautiful pattern!

Posted by sonni on March 16, 2017

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