Free Your Fade by Andrea Mowry
This shawl was created to be your favorite shawl pattern! Really relaxing garter stitch with engaging eyelet rows and endless color possibilities. It would be gorgeous knit up in one color, but you can just as easily use 20! I’ve extended the color melt sections for an even more cohesive fade, with easy instructions to add as many fade sections as you would like! The shawl is light weight and perfect year round when knit up in fingering weight yarn, but don’t let that stop you from knitting it up in any yarn weight you prefer to the size of your choosing!
Yarn: The possibilities are endless! This shawl can be knit using however many colors you want, with whatever yarn weight fits your fancy, to the size that fits you best! Free your fade and make it your own with this super adaptable pattern!!
Fingering Weight – Color A: 200 yds/ 50 g; Color B: 400 yds/ 100 g; Color C: 400 yds/ 100 g
Suggested Yarn: Republic of Wool Twist Fingering (400 yd/100 g)
Color A - 1 skein Metal Heart
Color B - 1 skein Ripple
Color C - 1 skein Misfit
Needles: Size US 4/3.5 mm (32 in/80 cm circular recommended)
Notions: Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Gauge (measured over garter stitch after blocking): 24 sts & 36 rows = 4”/10 cm
Finished Measurements: Wingspan – 84”/213 cm, Center depth – 19”/49 cm
Techniques to Indulge In: Knitting, increasing, bias shawl shaping, eyelets, color fading, picot bind off!