Show Offer - copy of Ammonites & Seafoam Shawl - Printed pattern
Add this to your basket if you are purchasing any 2 skeins of my 100g skeins of yarn and live in the UK.
Special #Virtualwonderwool weekend offer only. Offer will not apply with any other product. It will go through checkout but will not be honoured unless you purchase 2 x 100g skeins of my yarn in the same transaction.
This is the printed version of the pattern. the PDF version is available here from Ravelry
This shawl takes 200g. The model is photographed wearing the shawl made with my Ammonite Turquoise colourway on Merino/Nylon Sock weight yarn, but all of my 100g Superwash sock/DK/Aran yarns could be used.
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Hiya, I’m Michelle, I am an Indie Dyer and knitting-crochet designer based in
Tonypandy. Thank you for choosing this pattern to work with. It is the product of many
months of design, test knitting and redesign. I’m really pleased with the results.
This delicate shawl has a triangular, wingspan shape. Worked from the top down, and
from the centre out wards the work moves quickly, which is very satisfying.
Initially you will use a garter tab cast on, you will then increase on every right side row
at the centre spine and border edges.
The central lace work is inspired by the shape of the ammonite fossils found
on our local coastline. The discovery of these beautiful fossils is made possible by the
power of the waves that pummel our shores, this power and movement inspires the lace
detail on the border of the shawl.
The yarn suggested has been hand dyed by myself. The techniques I use give a tonal
effect which gives a subtle variation to the hues of the main colour. The blend of Merino
and nylon works well to give a lovely drape, whilst maintaining a good durability. I
particularly like how the turquoise reflects the movement seen in the waters at Ogmore
by Sea on a bright, crisp, sunny, Spring afternoon. The pattern also works well with a
variegated yarn, such as my ‘Pollack’ colourways.
If you are charged excess postage for this item by my store I will refund it.
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