June 2018
yarn held together
+ Fingering
= Worsted (9 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch (with yarn held double) - after blocking
US 10 - 6.0 mm
1094 - 1203 yards (1000 - 1100 m)
Length 180 cm / 71”; Depth 46 cm / 18”
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Marled colour combinations make for playful fun in this asymmetrical triangle. Garter stitch short rows add energy to the narrow stripes, with endless opportunities for colour mixing arising from holding two strands of fingering yarn together at all times. Besides lending itself exceptionally well to stash busting, this makes for a satisfyingly quick knit! Worked tip-to-tip, the rows never get too long and boredom is kept at bay, and your finished shawl is irresistibly squishy!
Marmo is Italian for marble – capturing the colour play at work in this design.

Length (tip to tip) 180 cm / 71”
Depth 46 cm / 18”

6 mm / US size 10 circular needle minimum 60 cm / 24” long.
2 Stitch markers (plus optional removable marker, or safety pin, for RS)
Tapestry needle
Optional: Pins for blocking

GAUGE (after blocking)
19 sts and 25 rows over 10 cm / 4” in garter stitch with fingering weight yarn held double
Adjust needle size if necessary to get gauge

3 skeins of Stranded Dyeworks Solo base (100% superwash merino, single ply, 366 m / 400 yards / 100 g) (1 skein of each of three colours)

Sample uses
Colour A: Eraser
Colour B: Party Dress
Colour C: Mettlesome

Or similar fingering weight yarn; 366 m / 400 yards in each of three colours.

This pattern has been tech edited (by Emily Williams) and test knit.