The Stratia by Erin Kurup is a parallelogram shaped shawl named after the distinct layers (strata) seen in rock when cut along the cross section. Worked in two pieces, Stratia starts with a triangle shawl shape and then is extended along one edge on the bias. Put that half on hold and do the same thing once more before joining them in the center with a three needle bind off!
From Erin's description of the Stratia Wrap on Ravelry: Intricate doesn’t have to mean complicated. Stratia’s single lace motif plus rows of garter and stockinette stitch create the illusion of a piece that appears more complex than it really is. Repetition and intuitive lace make it easy to slip into a knitting groove, while the offbeat construction keeps things interesting. Plus, the layered structure presents plenty of leeway for color play. Solids, tonals, and lightly speckled or variegated colorways will show the lace off most clearly, but don’t let that stop you from getting creative!
This listing is for the two-color version of the Stratia wrap with Carbon as the Main Color and Boron as the Contrast Color.
What's included: The Stratia Wrap yarn kit includes two skeins of a Main Color on Neutron Fingering (60% superwash Merino/20% Yak/20% Silk - 800 yards/200g) and one skein of a Contrast Color on Neutron Fingering (60% superwash Merino/20% Yak/20% Silk - 400 yards/100g). Erin's sample uses Carbon for the Main Color and Boron for the Contrast Color and used approximately 709 yards of MC and 367 yards CC. Please keep in mind that your needle choice and gauge will affect how much yarn is needed for your project-- for best results, swatch until you have a blocked swatch that matches the pattern's listed gauge.
Pattern not included-- please visit Ravelry or Erin's website and support her directly.
Save $6 when you get a kit! Purchased separately, the yarns in this kit total $102.