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Super Asymmetry is a Big-Bang-Theory-themed shawl that’s way easier to knit than it looks! It’s constructed from knit triangles that are gradually joined to one another to form a rectangular shawl:
There is no huge cast on or epic bind off to worry about, and only a few inches worth of rows that span the length of the shawl! Just mitered knitting that creates a final, rectangular shape.
It features garter stitch, some textured stitches, and a bit of lace (both charted and written out).
A photo tutorial guides you along the interesting, fun (with flags?), intuitive construction.
It’s designed to show off 2 coordinated, six-skein gradient kitsf rom Miss Babs Yarn, OR **can also be worked from 4 skeins of Tosh Sock ** yarn, so you can stash bust or Fade until Sheldon gets tired of hearing Soft Kitty when he’s sick.
- Independent Designer
- Mary Annarella
- Downloadable PDF
- The gradient version req's: 2 gradient kits (containing 6, 133 yd mini-skeins) of Miss Babs Yummy 2-Ply. (show in teal and grey)
- Skill Level
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