Spring Blossom Shawl
I was asked to design a shawl in collaboration with two amazing women, talented yarn dyer, Danielle of Raxor Yarns, and wonderful shepherdess, Ronelle of Cloverleaf Corriedale Stud. Of course I said YES!
Who wouldn’t want to design a shawl with such beautiful yarn and amazing colours.
So along came my yarn, a beautiful dusty pink and a steel blue. Bliss.
I wanted a shawl that was as calming and relaxing to knit as the yarn was to look at. I wanted a shawl that reflected the coming season of spring. To me the pink was all about spring blossom.
So that is what I designed, a crescent shaped shawl, with easy garter, some lovely eyelets, mosaic colour work, and then a punch of lace at the end. All of it, to me, represents the garden, spring, renewal and joy.
I hope you enjoy knitting my version Spring Blossom as much as I did designing it and if you have any issues with it, please message me through Ravelry. I am homeon15acres.
This PDF download is for the knitting pattern only
This PDF download is for the knitting pattern only.
Approx. 67” (169 cm) from side to side and 16” (40 cm) from top to bottom at deepest point (after blocking).
I used 2 skeins of Raxor yarns Cloverleaf Corriedale yarn in 4ply (fingering), this yarn is worsted spun, 100% Corriedale, 4 ply, 100g ball. Approx.. 395m/432yds
I used colors: 1) Pillow
2) After Dark
US 6 (4 mm) needles.
Other notions: Tapestry needle, progress keeper, blocking pins or wires.
20 st and 40 rows to 4” (10cm) in garter st on US 6 (4 mm) needles after blocking.
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