Intertwined Shawl Knitting Pattern: Yarn Recommendations

Loving the Intertwined Shawl knitting pattern but not sure what yarn to use? Continue reading for color recommendations using Six and Seven Fiber (the yarn that I used), affordable yarn suggestions, and a list of resources to search for other yarns that will work for the pattern!


A warm, textured design, the Intertwined Shawl is a simple but beautiful accessory perfect for cozying up on cold winter day.



Intertwined was designed for Six and Seven Fiber's new Rocky Mountain Targhee yarn base. It's a 100% non-superwash Targhee yarn that's entirely from the Rockies, including the sheep, mill, and dyeing! Rachel, the yarn dyer, asked me to create a shawl design using her Pinon and Sunshine colorways; and the Intertwined Shawl was born! The shawl will look great with any two contrasting solid, tonal, or lightly speckled yarns. (Personally, I'd love to see it worked with a tonal as the MC and a speckled yarn for the CC!)


(Learn more about the inspiration behind the design here.)



Six and Seven Fiber's Colors


Six and Seven Fiber carries six regular colors on Rocky Mountain Targhee (and a special featured color with each new batch). Here I've put together a few combinations with the six regular colors, as well as a few combinations with Six and Seven Fiber's other worsted weight bases. And, if you'd like to use the same colors as the design sample, you can purchase the kit from Six and Seven Fiber!


Note: The following yarn images are from the credited websites.


Six and Seven Fiber Colors


Rocky Mountain Targhee Base Color Combinations


Alma + Lucile


Yampa + Glen Eden


Lucile + Pinon


Yampa + Alma


Other Worsted Weight Base Color Combinations


Six and Seven Fiber's Sunflower base is a 100% merino non-superwash worsted weight yarn. Her Wheat base is a 100% merino superwash worsted weight yarn. Both bases are available for dyed to order on any of her typical tonal colors.


Indigo + Steel


Lava + Blush


Moss + Delphinium


Plum + Violet


Au Lait + Aubergine


In addition to her dyed-to-order tonal colors, Rachel also carries her signature colorways as dyed-to-order. There are so many beautiful combinations you could create with these colors; these are some of my favorites!

September Forever + Spooky Season


Page Turner + Penelope


Emu Egg + Merpeople


Learning to Love + Mandolin Man


Oxford + Gorse


General Merriment + Mandolin Man


Midnight + Penelope


Yours Truly + Solstice


Gingersnap + Embers at Dawn


Midnight + Barista


Merpeople + Morning Glory


Elridge + Gorse


Tawny + Butternut


On the Six and Seven Fiber website, you can find all of the Rocky Mountain Targhee colorways here, Tonal colorways, Signature colorways, and more.



Alternative Yarns List


Can't afford hand-dyed yarn? I completely understand! That is A-OK! Here I've selected a list of lower price point worsted weight yarns that should also work with this design! (Note: I am not affiliated with any of the links -- I am just providing this list for your reference. I have also not worked with any of the yarns. These suggestions are purely from some internet searching.)


I've provided a few bits of information on each yarn for your own comparison. All prices shown are USD and do not account for shipping costs. The list is ordered from least expensive to most expensive per gram. For the sake of comparison, I've written everything in terms of 100 grams. The yarns with yardages and fiber content most similar