Working all the time on all the patterns that were previously published in an Interweave magazine. The (very ambitious) goal was to have them all available in my Ravelry store by the end of the year - but it's so not going to happen. I didn't even realize how many there were! Anyway, another one, and actually one of my favourites, is now available: Agatha Shawl.
The Agatha Shawl is knit sideways on the bias. It is knitted back and forth in rows, mainly in garter stitch stripes with a wide border in mosaic knitting as the eye-catching feature. To add additional interest to the knitting and the look, small mosaic insertions are added to the garter stitch stripes given intervals.
What I really like about mosaic knitting, is the fact that the knitting is always done with one colour at the time. The zig-zagging pattern is simply created by slipping stitches. The most important thing is to keep the yarn in the correct position when slipping stitches, but once understood, the shawl is easy to work and a beginner friendly project.
The pattern includes boths, charts and written instructions, and it is availble here: Agatha Shawl.