Sunchaser is a sideways triangular shawl that is worked tip to tip with simple increases. It alternates between Garter and various slipped stitch sections and ends with a clean edge i-cord bind off. Slipped stitch Herringbone stitch uses one color per row to achieve fun yet classic appearance with irresistible texture. The wrong side also looks interesting.
20 sts per 4" with US#6/4.00mm needles in Stockinette stitch blocked
43”(109cm) deep and 60”(150cm) long
This shawl was designed to use a gradient fade of four skeins to achieve cohesive faded effect. But nothing is stopping you from using a bit more contrast to really make the shawl your own!
Slipped stitch section are worked with US#8/5.00mm and Garter stitch section is worked with US#6/4.00mm to offset the difference in gauge since slipped stitches generally tighten the fabric significantly.