Like fluffy clouds painted by the sunrise, Morning Hours is a gorgeous blend of texture and
colour. The triangle shawl uses a variety of stitch patterns and techniques, so you’re sure to find something to broaden your knitting horizons. The squishy two-colour stitch pattern in the body creates subtlety and depth (the pastels and grey evoke the palette of the morning sky), and an usual edging pattern combines faux cables with lace for an almost baroque feel.
Frida Fuchs Remmidemmi, 75% BFL superwash, 25% Nylon; 425 m (465 yd)/100 g
Main colour 1, middle grey = 510 m (558 yd)/120 g
Main colour 2, dark grey = 170 m (186 yd)/40 g
Contrast colour 1, white = 170 m (186 yd)/40 g
Contrast colour 2, yellow = 149 m (164 yd)/35 g
3.5 mm/US#4 circular needle, 100 cm (40 in) or longer
2 dpns 3.5 mm/US#4 [for I-cord and melon edging]
St markers [for tip 1 and melon edging]
The pattern includes a photo tutorial for the 3over3 cross in the shawl edging.