This shawl is an original design by Louise Robert worked in three pieces: its base is composed of two triangles crowned with a diamond. Both triangles are worked separately and are assembled together when knitting the third part.
While working on this shawl, I remembered a specific project from my studies in art history and this is how the name of Triptyque (french word for triptych) came to mind.
On Wikipedia, a triptych is defined by something composed or presented in three parts or sections. In the field of the fine arts, the triptych is defined as "a work of art (usually a panel painting) that is divided into three sections, or three carved panels that are hinged together and can be folded shut or displayed open". Enjoy knitting your Triptyque shawl! - Louise Robert
BISCOTTE YARNS – Bis-Sock (100g – 400 m [454 yds]) 85% merino, 15% nylon.
First shawl (on the left)
- Color POIRE (A) 1 x 100g
- Color BETTERAVE (B) 1 x 100g
- Color GRANITE ROSE (C) 1 x 100g
- Color ÉPINETTE (D) 1 x 50g
Second shawl (on the right)
- Color KALAMATA (A) 1 x 100g
- Color COUPE DE FEU (B) 1 x 100g
- Color GREEN GABLES (C) 1 x 100g
- Color CARAMEL (D) 1 x 50g
- Circular needle #US-3 [3.25 mm] – cable length of 40 in [100 cm]
- Stitch marker
- Cable needle (there is no cable worked in this pattern: cable needle is only needed for a brioche double-decrease, it may be replaced by an open stitch marker)
FINAL SIZE (WIDTH X HEIGHT)
75 in X 31.5 in [190 cm x 80 cm] after blocking
GAUGE = 4 in [10 CM]
26 stitches X 32 rows in garter stitch after blocking
This pattern is sold in PDF format - a link will be provided at the end of order and sent by email as well.
This shawl pattern is amazing. Easy to read.
The shawl looks beautiful and intriguing, but I have not had a chance to make it yet.
While I haven't started this yet, the instructions seem to be laid out very well. I like a pattern that holds a bit of a challenge to it without the instructions being confusing. This pattern hits both points for me. I've seen this pattern and sample in my local yarn store which is why I decided to buy the pattern.
Excellent instructions: clearly written, easy to follow. I am using Malabrigo combinations, and it's coming out very well.
The yarn from Bisco the is so lovely to work, I know I will enjoy using it. The patterns are also fab!