Part of the ebook Ghost: historiographies, cultural manifestations, and the knits they’ve inspired, Progression is a simple garter stitch shawl which features short rows to create soft ripples across the three coloured yarns employed.

Wear it around your shoulders and secured with a pin, or tied in the back for a look that’s more cowl than shawlette. Progression will see you through the autumn and winter months as a versatile, staple accessory piece in your wardrobe.

This knit is cast on with a garter stitch tab and worked from the top-centre outwards.

Find essays into the topic of ghosts in the ebook – the single pattern does not feature this information!

32” wide and 15” long (at longest point)

A: Cascade 220 (220 y / 201 m) 1 hank, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Black #8555
B: Patons Classic Wool (210 y / 192 m) 0.5 hank, 100% wool, Dark Grey Mix #225
C: Cascade 220 (220 y / 201m) 0.25 hank, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, Natural #8010

4.5 mm/#7 circulars (at least 16” length)

4.5 sts and 6 rows/1” in garter stitch (gauge is not crucial)

Garter Tab cast on
picking up stitches
short rows

Helpful Notes
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