Things have been pretty busy so I haven’t had a chance to post on here much, but all four shawls in my first shawl pattern collection are now complete and available. In addition to the Coriolis Shawl and Bernoulli Shawl I previously posted about, the collection also includes the patterns for the Logwood Shawl and the Irish Moss Shawl (photos below). All of the patterns in the collection have been tested, and all come with both written and charted instructions. You can purchase the collection by following the tab at the “shawl patterns” tab at the top. I am really pleased with how all of these patterns turned out, and I hope to put together another collection to be released after the first of the year.
Shown in Madeline Tosh Merino Light, Logwood colorway. Garter-bodied shawl with textured edging worked sideways along the shawl. Worked all in one piece (no seaming!) and very minimal binding off.
Irish Moss Shawl
Shown in Barking Dog Yarns Andromeda, Chive colorway. Firstly, I have to say how WONDERFUL this yarn is. So pretty, so shiny, so soft, and lovely to work with – highly recommend it (and Suzan’s other yarns – you should check out her site BarkingDogYarns.com). This one is worked “top-down” in three sections and finished off with a slight picot edging.