I have seen Samba dancers wearing kerchiefs folded on the bias around their hips. The bias fabric hugs close to the body while dancing. Hence the name "Samba" for this comfortable sideways triangular shawl. The garter stitch fabric is knitted in two-row stripes with a slipped edge selvage making it an ideal project to learn this technique. It also gives it a professional finish.
Difficulty: Easy. Suitable for a confident beginner.
Finished sizes: Medium: 140 cm/55" wide/ 75 cm / 29.5" deep Large: 165 cm / 65" wide/ 104 cm / 41" deep
Yarn: (Yarn A) 1 (2) skeins of WYS Signature 4 ply in (351) Cardamom (Yarn B) 1 (2) skeins of Zauberball Sock Yarn in (1874) Burnt Almonds
Needles: 3.5 mm circular needles 60 cm/24" long Stitch marker if required Tapestry needle
Gauge: 23 sts and 40 rows in garter stitch using 3.5 mm (US4) needles.