Horton Who is a relaxing asymmetrical triangle designed to play with two or more colours in a simple, fun way. The body of the shawl is worked sideways. The dot stripes can begin on any 4th RS row, and can be used in a number of different ways to create a variety of effects.
Ideal for showing off two or more complementary colours, or a solid paired with a gradient or variegated yarn. Adaptable to any yarn weight from fingering up, and any yardage, by adjusting needle size to suit your preferred gauge.
Only one colour is worked at a time.
Can be worked entirely from written pattern, or from chart with some notes.
It is named for Horton, because he heard. And perhaps a little bit for Jo-Jo, because if you really want change, every extra voice counts.