Another of my patterns from The Charles Collection, Granary is a triangular shawl bordered in lace. I originally designed it to be worked in a solid color, but given my natural inclination to tinker with color had to give it a try using multiple yarns as well. The stockinette body and arrangement of the lace make this a perfect pattern to experiment with color. I was able to dig through my stash and use several of the half balls of fingering weight yarn that have been piling up. You can see leftovers from my original Cladonia and Cerasifera in this shawl.
Granary is available, along with 9 other patterns, as part of the Charles Collection. The smallest size uses a single 100 gram skein of fingering weight yarn. For my solid Granary I used Plucky Knitter Primo. In the multi colored Granary you will find bits of Tosh Merino Light, Squoosh Fiberarts Glow and String Theory Caper Sock.
For more details on how I worked the multi colored version see the project page on Ravelry.
To see this and all of the designs in the Charles Collection go to the BHK Cooperative website. You may also purchase the collection with the button below.
The Charles Collection - 10 original designs by Elinor Brown, Amy Herzog & Kirsten Kapur