Day Tripper Shawl Pattern
Meet the Day Tripper Shawl pattern, sure to become a layering favorite. Brick and eyelet details come together in perfect harmony on this shawl, just like the light shining through the old stone walls that inspired them. The Day Tripper Shawl is a winged triangular shawl worked flat, outwards from the center of the long edge using a mix of Spun Cloud and Wildflower yarns. This pattern offers a fun knit accessory that results in effortless style and endless possibilities for everyday wear, while also highlighting varying stitch size and texture.
*This pattern is a PDF download that you will receive once payment is complete.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate Knitter
Size US 17 (12.75mm) 40" / 100 cm circular needles, or longer circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge.
Note: If you are having trouble obtaining gauge (i.e., your gauge is just a little bigger on one needle and smaller on the next size down), it is recommended to use the smaller needle size or size needed to obtain gauge.
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
A: Width - 56” / 142 cm
B: Depth - 22” / 56 cm
C: Side Length - 45” / 114.5 cm
7 sts and 9 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette stitch worked flat alternating between Wildflower and Spun Cloud yarns, taken after steam blocking.
Main Color 1 (MC1): 1 skein of Spun Cloud (100% wool; approx. 100 yds / 200 g) shown in Lavender Dust (sample 1) and Bodacious Pink (sample 2).
Main Color 2 (MC2): 1 skein of Wildflower (100% cotton; approx. 60 yds / 70 g) shown in Tribal (sample 1) and Goldenrod (sample 2).
Contrasting Colors (CC): 1 Wildflower Mini Skein Sampler kit [(100% cotton; approx. 85 yds / 100 g) - 5 mini skeins of yarn included per kit, 17 yds / skein] shown in Bon Vivant used in the following order: CC1 - Ochre Rose; CC2 - Wisteria; CC3 - Beatnik; CC4 - Petal; CC5 - Goldenrod (for sample 1) and shown in Salt Water Taffy used in the following order: CC1 - Wisteria; CC2 - Coral Crush; CC3 - Dakota Woods; CC4 - Pine; CC5 - Reflection Pool (for sample 2).
Pattern Designer: Christine M Young