Yes, yes, at long last, I finally got my act together to publish this pattern that I’ve been promising for AGES.
Hooray, the pattern is finally live!
After much deliberation on my part and encouragement from my wonderful Instagram followers, this pattern release is a paid one – but I promise it’s not very much, and it includes a video tutorial on how to start the shawl. The pattern also includes yarn recommendations and tips on yarn substitutions, and of course I’m always happy to help if you need it.
Another snap of the finished “secret shawl” which is yet to have a name. What do you think I should name it? I’m in the process of filming a short tutorial on how to start the shawl, which will be available in the pattern. It will be a paid pattern (thank you all for your kind support!) but I promise it won’t be much. So: what should I name this shawl? (Happy Sunday!)
I felt inspired by the ombre trend this year, because as someone with an unusually high skill of seeing slight changes in colors, I’m obsessed with it. Blues and greens are by far my most favorite colors (mostly because they don’t clash with my hair, eh?), and I wanted to emulate the delicate gradient of the sea. I might be a pasty woman who can’t take much sun, but I love the sound of the waves crashing on the shore. It’s one of the most calming sounds I’ve ever heard, besides raindrops on the window while you’re snug inside.
For this project, if you want to make it as seen, you will need a 4mm (US G-6) hook and:
One ball of King Cole Bamboo Cotton DK in each of these shades:
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