Bobble Waves is a large square shawl with a slit from one corner to the middle that can be worn in different ways. Lace-weight silk–mohair held together with lace-weight alpaca make it a lightweight and versatile wardrobe staple which is a joy to knit and wear. It is worked from the middle in garter, so there are no purl stitches. Simple garter ridges transform into garter waves – you knit the first part in MC only and then add bobble waves in three contrasting colours. The waves are fun to make – and don't worry about tons of bobbles – they are easy to make, with no turning of the work required.
Right now, Bobble Waves is only available as part of our Issue 7! You can get Issue 7 here.
168 metres / 185 yards in each of three colors (CC1, CC2, CC3)
Sample shown is knit in Alpaca 1 colourway E3s (MC), held together with Fiffi colorway Platinum (MC); and held together with Minifüchse Fiffi in colourways Eukalyptus (CC1), Rosmarinheide (CC2), and Blaumohn (CC3).
3.75 mm / US 5 circular needle with a cable length of at least 120 cm / 48” (or needle size to obtain gauge)
19 sts x 38 rows= 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” (worked flat, in garter stitch, after blocking)
Removable stitch marker (optional)
Stitch markers x 13: five corner markers and eight distinct repeat markers (A-H)