Duplicity Shawl Yarn Pack, pattern not included, dyed to order
Duplicity is a shawl pattern that makes our chromatic pair sets sing. Like the two halves of a heart, the light cake and the dark cake in the set merge together like building blocks. No intarsia, no two-color knitting, just an ingenious method of picking up stitches to build this lovely shape.
"Duplicity is a garter stitch shawl knit from a single skein of gradient yarn or a mini skein set. Instead of working from one end of the color progression to the other, Duplicity moves from both ends of the color progression toward the middle, melding colors together.
I drew my inspiration for Duplicity from 1980’s friendship necklaces. I know they are meant to be cute, two friends sharing a heart, but this melancholy child thought it looked as though the girls who wore them were broadcasting their broken hearts. Of course, that is why I loved them, and why I went on to design this shawl.
You will need two circular needles in the size needed to obtain gauge."
This yarn pack is dyed to order in 4-6 weeks.
Duplicity is designed by Megi Burcl. This yarn pack includes:
- (2) 50g cakes of Trampoline yarn in the chromatic pair set of your choice, please choose color from drop down menu
- Garden Gnome/Happy Little Trees
- La Vie en Rose/A Rose By Any Other Name
- Sweet Babboo/Vampire Boyfriend
- Tangled Up in Blue/Blue-nique
- The Power of Love/Crazy Little Thing Called Love
- Turquoise Pool/Octopus's Garden
The pack includes enough yarn to make one shawl. Note: Shawl in photo uses the colorway Garden Gnome/Happy Little Trees.
In a hurry to cast on right away?
- Order here for a ready-to-ship kit from our studio to your favorite knitting chair.
This yarn pack does not include the pattern. Please find and purchase your pattern here, where you can easily download the pattern to your Ravelry library at the same time.
Care for all of our yarns: Hand or machine wash cold (delicate cycle), dry flat. Our yarns are colored using professional-grade acid dyes.
We’ve made every effort to photograph the color accurately, but appearance may vary with your monitor settings.