Friday, December 9, 2016

Shawl Spirit




Hello December! It's oh so gray and rainy here right now, that a white Christmas is just a dream at the moment... To brighten up the gloomy weather, today I have three new shawl patterns for you.

These pictures will surely take you back to the end of the Summer - that golden light looks so bright right now! Thank you, Jonna, for another perfect set of pictures. You always find just the right setting for each design, it's like magic!

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The First Light

The First Light shawl makes the most out of two skeins of fingering weight yarn; and highlights the awesomeness of speckles at the same time!

A little twist of lacey texture is spicing up the fun of short rows and garter stitch. The asymmetric crescent shaped shawl is long enough to wrap around the neck as many times as desired!
Suggested yarn: Everyday Singles by The Uncommon Thread and Merino Singles by La Bien Aimée
Needles: US 7 (4.5 mm)
Finished measurements: 88” (224 cm) wingspan and 18” (46 cm); after blocking.

€ 3.90







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Slow Shawl

Garter stitch, some chevron patterning and lovely open shape! Slow Shawl is fun to knit and great to wear.

This shawl is a great choice for all the little yarn remains you happen to have. Just see how many different colors you can add to your shawl – the more the better!

Suggested yarn: Skinny Singles by Hedgehog Fibres, Tosh Merino Light by Madelinetosh or Luonnotar by Knitlob's Lair.
Needles: US 6 (4 mm)
Finished measurements: 90½” (230 cm) long and 27½” (70 cm) deep at deepest end; after blocking.


€ 3.90







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Stay Soft Shawl

This shawl is a true three color dream! Choose your favorite colors – or your favorite speckles! – and cast on for this pretty and easy shawl! All you need is garter stitch and some stripes.

Suggested yarn: Skinny Singles by Hedgehog Fibres.
Needles: US 6 (4 mm)
Finished measurements: 88” (224 cm) wingspan measured along the top edge and 17” (44 cm) deep at deepest point; after blocking.


€ 3.90









2 comments:

Julie Crawford said...

oh wow, all three are so incredibly beautiful! I love the colours you've combined, as well.

veera said...

Thank you so much, Julie!