Your Slip is Showing
Your Slip is Showing is a boomerang-shaped shawl by designer Casapinka. It is an opportunity to make a large statement piece using a simple slipped stitch technique, which is meditative to knit as it flows from one color combination to the next in twelve different sections. It uses four different colors of yarn and lends itself well to speckles, tonals or variegated colors, fade sets, or gradient colors. There is a schematic that allows you to plan your shawl colors using colored pens; use it to determine which color will show up at the beginning, middle and end of your project. Stop by to see our sample shown lef in Rita Mae Yarns!
The Shift by Andrea Mowry
This cowl is the perfect all-the-time accessory! It is also the answer for all of those knitters out there who love to knit shawls, but have a hard time styling them. A fun and engaging knit with shifting colors, that flows into an asymmetrical triangle shawl, and it only takes a fiddle-free second to throw it on as the finish to every outfit!
Stop by to see our amazing selection of yarns to complete this project.
Exploration Station Knit-a-Long!
Join us for the Exploration Station Knit-a-long in the studio every Sunday or in our Ravelry Group!
Start anytime, your shawl must be finished *or very close to finished* by Sunday April 14th to be eligible for prizes!
Pierre by Stephen West
At Rita Mae, we love blending yarns together especially with gorgeous hand dyed colorways shown here by Leading Men. Stop by to visit and review the hand dyed yarns from Rita Mae which also work well in this wonderful textured stitch patterns in this top-down shawl. Bands of stripes, twisted ribbing, and textured triangles compose this fun-to-knit shawl. The DK weight gauge results in a surprisingly quick knit for you to wear as we move into spring.
Size: One Size
Finished Measurements: 86” / 218cm wingspan, 25” / 64cm from CO to BO edge. Measurements taken after blocking.
Yarn: DK weight
You can use worsted or aran weight to knit this shawl as well.