Stripe Seeker

Stripe Seeker


There are so many things to love about this shawl!! It is quick to make on larger needles. It is both mindless and fun. It is a great way to use some of those gorgeous self striping/gradient yarns available or to use leftovers. And finally the fringes give it a totally hip vibe that will jazz up any outfits!


It is also very easy to customize the size by simply knitting more or less rows.

  • Tech Specs

    You will need: Approximately 600 m / 656 yards of Worsted / Aran weight yarn in the following quantities


    MC = 3 skeins of Noro Silk Garden Solo, Col. 44 or 300 metres / 328 yards of Worsted / Aran weight yarn (2 skeins for the garter stitch section and 1 skein for the fringes)

    CC = 1 skein each of Noro Silk Garden Col. 84 (CC1), Col. 269 (CC2) and Col. 267 (CC3) or 100 metres/ 109 yards each of Worsted / Aran weight yarn in three colours


    A 5 mm/US 8 circular needle, at least 80 cm / 32 inches long


    Tapestry needle, one stitch marker, a crochet hook for the fringes, blocking wires (optional)

  • Sizes


    157.5 cm / 62 inches wide x 80 cm / 31.5 inches deep (including fringes; 71 cm / 28 inches without fringes) (after blocking)




    12 sts and 26 rows = 10 cm / 4 inches in garter st (section 1) and broken English rib (section 2) with a 5 mm / US 8 needle (after blocking)


    Although the gauge is not crucial, it may affect the size of your shawl.