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Jul
2011
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A-HA

UPDATE: A-ha! is now available here on Ravelry.

These pattern releases seem to be lumping themselves together lately, (birds of a feather and all that?).

Anyway, I have a new shawl available for purchase and download in the latest issue of Tangled Magazine, A-HA (I love the name too, I keep wanting to add an exclamation point every time I type it.)

 

Forgot to add something super duper important!

Get 1$ off with the coupon code SOCKSUMMIT11 from July 28-August 14!

This shawl relies on the combination of self-striping sock yarn and pi shawl shaping to create radiating bands of color which give this shawl its pop. The combination of these ever-shifting colors and small bundles of easy and repetitive flower-like motifs creates a shawl that is the perfect challenge for newer lace knitter wanting to dip a toe or two into lace, or for the more experienced knitter to work as a relaxing break between more complex projects.

Yarn: Crystal Place Yarns Mini Mochi (80% merino wool/20% nylon; 195 yd [180 m]/1.75 oz [50 gm]; CYCA 1) colorway #108 neptune rainbow, 7 balls

Needles: US size 5 (3.75 mm) 1 set of 5 DPNs, one 32” (80 cm) circular, one 40” (100 cm) circular. Adjust needle size if to obtain correct gauge.

Gauge: 20 sts and 30 rows = 4” in washed and blocked stockinette stitch

Notions: Tapestry needle; 1 stitch marker.

Finished Measurements: 44” (112 cm) blocked diameter

Skills Used: casting on, knitting in the round, k2tog, k2togtbl, sk2p, ssk, yo, decrease bind off, weaving in ends, blocking lace

Only written stitch directions are included.

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