Kitchenette by Nick Davis
Note: Our kits use fingering yarn. You can follow the pattern as written for a small shawl, or work more pattern repeats to use up all of the beautiful gradient yarn!
Knit Kitchenette in two colors—a solid main color and a gradient contrast color—for an easy triangle-shawl knit with interesting stripes! The stripes will highlight the changes in the yarn colors.
Kitchenette is an attractive triangle shawl. With a bias triangle beginning and a top-down main section, it’s probably an intermediate knit, but shouldn’t be difficult for most with a little knitting experience.
- 400 yards MC, 335 yards CC in DK yarn
- 1 48” circular needle in US5-7/3.75-4.5mm, or size needed for gauge.
- Tapestry needle
- 1 removable stitch marker (you could have more! but one will get you through this project).
Gauge is 18 sts and 36 rows over 4”/10cm of garter stitch, worked flat and unblocked.
Gauge on this project can be considered pretty free! The .PDF is fully developed around DK yarn, so it includes all the formal guidelines you’d expect. But the project is designed to be easily customized and adjusted to the yarn you have on hand.
This shawl will look especially good in a solid-ish main color and a contrast color with a gradient or long, slow color changes.