Sometimes things just come together so very well.
Michelle Porter has created an oh-so-intriguing pattern, Chevron Shawl, to "go" perfectly with Urth Yarn's Uneek Fingering.
We just happen to have some of that yarn in stock. :-)
Plus the pattern can be found for free here.
Here is what the designer writes:
This chevron triangle shawl features an angled neckline. Easy garter stitch is combined with basic short rows and simple increases and decreases.
Shawl is worked from the bottom up to the neckline. The pattern is for fingering weight yarn and is offered in two sizes.
PDF is 4 pages with colour photos on front and back cover. Black and white text.
Skill level: easy
All that is needed for the small size (46" in length point-to-point at necklace, 16" depth from neckline to bottom) is one skein of yarn.
If you would like to make the large size (46" length), 24" depth, get two.
You can see the colors we offer in the small inset photo on the lower righthand corner of the top picture and again below that photo.
These colorways have not been named, only numbered. I'll do my best to describe them.
1. #3017 is the sky after the sun drops below the horizon, with deep blues mixing with lighter lbues, a few violets and deep golds with reds.
2. #3018 is a lovely glowing mix of greens (lime, olive, true green) and purples (royal purple, lilac, lavender).
3. #3019 is the colors you might find in the woods in summertime. There are browns and rusts and beige along with varying greens (sage and true green) plus dark shadows of navy and royal purple.
Such a lovely and fun design!