New rectangle shawl Sundial is great for stash busting!
New shawl pattern Sundial is here!
Sundial is a light and airy rectangle wrap. The eye-catching arrow shape is easy to create with simple decreases and increases throughout the shawl.
Sundial has three colour blocks with a simple eyelet pattern that slightly alters as the colours change.
You can make Sundial your own by modifying both the width and length to your liking. Or turn it into a stash buster by playing with the size of your blocks.
Sundial is a rectangle shawl with a fun arrow shape.
You work decreases on both edges and increases in the centre. The stitch count remains the same throughout the shawl.
The pattern has both written and charted instructions, so you can use whichever you find easiest to follow.
You’ll need 3 colours of fingering or light fingering weight yarn for Sundial.
The yarn amount is about 266 m / 290 yds of each colour, or a total of 798 m / 870 yds.
Per pattern, the 3 colour blocks are worked to the same size (equal yarn amount used), but you can make your colour blocks the size you want. You can work each section as long or short as you want (or have yarn). That’s what makes Sundial a great stash buster!
I’ve also included instructions on how to modify the width, if you like your wraps narrower or wider.
I used Holst Garn Supersoft 100% Uld (50% Merino wool, 50% Shetland wool; 287 m / 314 yds per 50 g) in colours Topaz (C1), Mouflon (C2) and Oatmeal (C3).
This is a light fingering weight non-superwash yarn that comes in a variety of colours and is also budget-friendly. Holst Garn is a Danish brand, but the yarn is sold by retailers around the world, if you want to give it a try.
Ready to cast on? Get the Sundial shawl pattern here!
P.S. When you’ve picked your yarn, please share your project on Instagram with #woolenberry. I love seeing your knits!