Reflect, Refract, Disperse; Repeat


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Reflect, Refract, Disperse; Repeat
Reflect, Refract, Disperse; Repeat
Reflect, Refract, Disperse; Repeat
Reflect, Refract, Disperse; Repeat
Reflect, Refract, Disperse; Repeat

Are you looking for an easy pattern that is not boring to knit for your first shawl? Or are you an experienced knitter and need a quick gift? 
Then this is the shawl for you! 
The construction is straightforward. The pattern only consists of garter stitch and stockinette plus yarn overs for the increases. The only thing that might be a bit more involved is the icord bind off, but I have included instructions on how to do that.

Now, the only question left is whether you’ll make a double rainbow like me, use the colours of your school or favourite sports club or use up leftovers for the stripes… Whatever you go for, I know your shawl will turn out beautiful and will be just perfect for you.

Materials : 
5 mm/US 8 knitting needles, I used a 100cm/40” circular needle 
Total yarn needed: Aran weight yarn, 400 - 450 m/438 - 492 yds 
MC: 270 - 300 m/295 - 328 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 24 dark grey, 4 balls) 
CC 1: 15 - 20 m/16.5 - 22 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 12 red, 1 ball) 
CC 2: 15 - 20 m/16.5 - 22 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 13 orange, 1 ball) 
CC 3: 15 - 20 m/16.5 - 22 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 14 yellow, 1 ball) 
CC 4: 20 - 25 m/22 - 27,5 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 11 green, 1 ball) 
CC 5: 20 - 25 m/22 - 27,5 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 9 blue, 1 ball) 
CC 6: 20 - 25 m/22 - 27,5 yds (Sample: Drops Paris in colourway 8 purple, 1 ball) 
Two stitch markers to mark the increases