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Mosaic Colorwork: Destination Unknown*

The captivating stitches of Destination Unknown provide visual intrigue, yet are deceptively simple in construction. Like the ever-changing direction of our journey through life, the twists and turns of the path are a mystery. This knit celebrates the journey and encourages us to chase our dreams and greet each new day with excitement for the opportunities to explore and create.

Destination Unknown is a top down, triangular shawl featuring the mosaic knitting technique. Its stunning herringbone stitch pattern is achieved using just one color per row. Chart reading is also taught in this class.


• Color A – Approx 605 yards Contrasting Solid Sock/Fingering weight yarn

• Color B –  Approx 320 yards Self Striping Sock/Fingering weight yarn such as any of  the fingering weight Zauberball varieties or Poems Sock.


  • US 1 / 2.25 mm circular or double pointed needles for cast-on plus a B / 1 crochet hook for cast-on (Note the smaller needles for cast-on are simply suggested, but not required)
  • US 3 / 3.25 mm and US 4 / 3.5 mm circular needles for shawl body (or sizes to obtain gauge)
  • US 7 / 4.5 mm recommended for bind-off

*Other patterns may be used for this class, Xuan Wrap by Ambah O'BrienSynchronicityby Cheryl FaustAfternoon in Lisbonby Lisa Hannes and many more. Any other pattern chosen must be approved by instructor.



Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Intermediate Beginner
Materials Included: Kit
Requirements: Ready for Intermediate level skills - K101-105 preferred: Knit, purl, increasing, and tinking (unknitting mistake stitches)

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