Cinnabar Shawl



by Andrea Mowry

Garter and brioche will always be my go-to ingredients for creating my favorite shawls to knit and wear! This shawl plays with two-color Garter and Brioche with the increases offset to create an asymmetrical shawl that wants to be wrapped right around you! This shawl turns up the volume on texture by using DK weight yarn in one color and Sport weight yarn in the other color!

(Andrea Mowry)

For our version we played with marling, using our Tibetan Cloud held with our Baby Yak Lace to recreate the color fade effect in the original design. We even made a color chart that we will include with the kit for striping directions to follow so you too can create the same effect.  There are no ends to weave in as this yarn can be spit joined at any point,  and the fun part is, it doesn’t matter where, since it’s a faded marl effect.

Each kit contains the yarn you will need to complete your project.

The pattern is not included.

You can purchase the pattern on Ravelry here.

You will have some of the Tibetan Cloud yarn left over and you could make the lovely Mountain Hopper Mitts with it .

© Andrea Mowry

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Categories:, Number of skeins:

MC 3 Skeins of Wild Daisy

CC Tibetan Cloud held with Baby Yak Lace:

Tibetan Cloud

1 skein of Calendula
1 skein of Cannella
1 skein of Peony
Baby Yak 
1 skein of Saffron
1 skein of Night Flower

US 6/4 mm – 32”/80 cm circular recommended
(Use the needle size you need to achieve gauge.)


8 sts & 24 rows = 4”/10 cm
Measured over brioche stitch, after blocking

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