A relative of the “Which Way” shawl “Going Somewhere” has wide, bold stripes accenting the chevron lines. The contrast of the fuzzy, sparkly Unicorn combined with the slinky, smooth Mad Hatter further highlight the unique lines. It starts as a “V” shape — growing and tapering into a wide triangle, tassels polish it off.
Yarns: Wonderland Yarns “Mad Hatter” 100% superwash merino; 2 skeins, 4 oz/344 yards OR 1 “Mad Hatter Blossoms” cake, 6 oz/ 515 yards (MC) AND Wonderland Yarns “Unicorn” 63% silk, 23% kid mohair, 11% nylon, 3% lurex, and a bit of magic; 2 skeins, 3.5 oz skein/310 yards (CC)
Needles & Notions: US size 7/4.5mm needles, you may prefer size 24" circulars or larger to accommodate the stitches — or size required to get the proper gauge, stitch marker, darning needle
Gauge: 20 sts & 24 rows = 4" (with Mad Hatter, in stockinette stitch)
Measurements: approximately 96"/244cm across top edge, side edges are 41"/104cm down the left side, and 64"/162.5cm down right side (see the final sentence on this page if you’d like to make a smaller shawl than shown)