Bermuda Triangle is an easy top-down shawl that gets a graphic punch when knit in high-contrast colors. It can also be knit in low-contrast colors for a completely different effect. The use of slipped stitches and two-row stripes means you only use one color in each row - easy! Bermuda Triangle was worked at a very loose gauge to give the fabric excellent drape. A deep ribbed lower border and garter stitch bottom band add some textural interest as well.
Neck edge width: approximately 58”
Center depth: approximately 22 1/2"
Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light - 1 skein each of MC and CC.
Actual yardage used was approximately 355 yards of MC and 195 yards of CC. These numbers include a margin for safety so while the shawl was made with one skein of MC, having the full 355 yards is best.
Pictured in Virginia Bluebell and Iris