Versus is about opposites. Take a light and a dark or a neon and a neutral, knit an eyeleted, stripey triangle, then join a thick, perpendicular extension that is a negative of the original pattern. Versus begins with a single stitch and is knit in one piece with two skeins of fingering weight yarn all in garter stitch, save for the rows of eyelets occasionally placed throughout. Simple increases and decreases and one strategically placed cast on form contradicting lines, and the perfect unsymmetrical triangular shape to wrap up in. Notes on modification have been included at the end of the pattern, as well as instructions for a three-color version.
64”/ 162.5 cm wingspan; 27”/ 68.5 cm height at center
2 colors of fingering weight yarn: 420 yds/ 385 m of MC and 300 yds/ 275 m of CC (shown in Tosh Merino Light
OR, 3 colors of fingering weight yarn: 390 yds/ 357 m of MC, 290 yds/ 267 m of CC, and 115 yds/ 105 m of a 3rd color
US 6 (4 mm) circular needle, at least 24”/ 60 cm long, or size needed to obtain gauge
18 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches in Garter Stitch