Dancing in the Rain Shawl
DANCING IN THE RAIN
ABOUT THE PATTERN
I love the rain. I love dropped stitches. And dropped stitches remind me of the rain! Dancing in the Rain is named after the dropped stitch sections, which remind me of raindrops and streaming water.
This knit is a fun, addicting asymmetrical triangle that is easily memorized and customizable. It is written for one 2 Mile Series skein of fingering weight yarn, which creates a lightweight shawl with a lot of drape. However, feel free to make this pattern yours by using the yarn weight and color schemes that you love! It would look beautiful in a solid, tonal, speckled, faded, or multi-color scheme.
This pattern is written using seven different sections that are repeated throughout the pattern, making it easy to adjust the length of your shawl as you desire.
If you are interested in learning more about the design, be sure to visit my Behind the Design: Dancing in the Rain Shawl blog post! Looking for affordable yarn suggestions, or color suggestions? Be sure to check out my Dancing in the Rain Shawl: Color Inspiration blog post!
This design was created as a collaboration with Running on Yarn, a new-ish indie yarn dyer located in central Wyoming. If you have the means, I recommend checking out her beautiful colorway options!
One Size Fits Most
Finished Width: 38 inches/96 centimeters
Finished Length: 46 inches/117 centimeters
It is easy to modify the length of this pattern.
Approximately 450 yards/100 grams of Fingering Weight Yarn
Designed using Running on Yarn yarn.
16 stitches, 32 rows = 4 inches/10 centimeters in garter stitch
Note: the gauge is not crucial to the success of the pattern, and your blocking can drastically change the gauge/dimensions of your knit.
US 8 / 5.0 mm knitting needles, long enough to hold a shawl
This pattern uses simple stitch patterns and a basic lace pattern.
I would like to extend a huge thank you to all of my test knitters!
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