Showing posts with label crescent shawl. Show all posts
Showing posts with label crescent shawl. Show all posts

Monday, November 28, 2016

Tilbrook Crescent Shawl - New Pattern


My new shawl pattern, Tilbrook, is now available.  

You can get this as a kit, or just the pattern.

This is for an advanced knitter; it uses 2 skeins of my Merino Dream fingering weight yarn and beads!  There are two different kinds of lace separated by a lateral braid, then easy short row shaping for the body.

The kit comes with yarn, beads, a pack of SOAK, digital pattern, plus a special discount.

Here is more info, or you can hop over to the shop to check out the details:

You should feel comfortable with the following techniques/stitches:
  • Short rows
  • Working with beads
  • Cast on at beginning of the row
  • knit/purl, k2tog, k3tog, yarn over, ssk, slipped stitches, psso, knit back loop
    You will need:
    • US Size 6 36" or longer circular needle
    • 7 oz (200 gr) / 980 yds (896 m) of fingering weight yarn (2 skeins Merino Dream)
    • Yarn needle for weaving in ends.
    • 236 Size 6 beads
    • No. 8 (0.90 mm) steel crochet hook for placing beads