Polychrome Heart

Simple texture panels flank a chain of colourful chevron blocks for a striking geometric wrap. Polychrome Heart is worked in three parts, each building on the last, for a relaxing knit with enough going on to keep your interest. To make this shawl, you’ll need to know how to knit, purl, increase, decrease, and pick up stitches. Pattern includes an illustrated tutorial for working German Short Rows.

Size: 22 in/56cm wide x 83 in/211cm long

Yarn:

Sunday Knits 3-ply yarns are designed to be interchangeable; the grist and gauge are the same across the range. The different fibres used create slight differences in texture: Angelic’s angora gives it a lovely halo; Nirvana’s cashmere gives it a bit more halo than Eden; Brigadoon is subtly tweedy. See Pattern Notes for more information about these yarns.

Sunday Knits 3-ply (your choice of Angelic: 75% extra-fine merino, 25% French angora; Brigadoon: 100% extra-fine merino tweed; Eden: 100% extra-fine merino; or Nirvana: 90% select fine merino, 10% premium Mongolian cashmere.

  • MC: full-size skeins (246 yds/225m per 1.76 oz/50g): 6 skeins (Sample MC is Angelic: Moth)
  • CC1-6: mini-skeins (99 yds/90m per 20g) 1 skein each of 6 colours (Sample CC1 is Angelic: Bone; CC2-6 are the Delphinium 5 colour gradient set )

Gauge: 24.5 sts & 38 rows = 4 in/10cm in Main Purl Ridge Pattern, blocked. (see Pattern Notes) Because of the modular construction, please do take time to check your gauge.

Click here for full pattern information on Ravelry.

Pattern PDF download: $6.50

Photos © Gale Zucker 2019.

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