March 17, 2017

White Noise

I’m fairly certain I will never get tired of designing shawls. They’re fun to knit, fun to wear and provide a great canvas for trying out different yarns and techniques. In White Noise, I wanted to create a graphic accessory with a little something extra. The marled rectangle remind me of static, hence the name of the shawl.

This shawl uses two colors of heavy laceweight/light fingering yarn, 550 yards each.

It is available at an introductory price ($4.25) with code static through March 31.

March 3, 2017

Salt Pond Shawl

Salt Pond is a top down crescent shawl worked with alternating sections of garter and slip stitch. A simple eyelet border frames the bottom.
The colors in this shawl reminded me of salt and the sea. This shawl is named after the salt pond at Point Judith, RI.

Materials:
Approximately 500 yards/ 457 m of DK weight yarn ( 160 yds each of 3 colors)
Needles: US 6/4 mm 24” circular needle or size to obtain gauge

January 31, 2017

Rockhound

I have to admit I have a weakness for gradient sets that are made up of multiple colors instead of shades of one color (although I like those too, maybe it’s just that the little skeins look so cute when they’re lined up?)

Rockhound is a top-down crescent that begins with a garter tab cast on. Increases are worked on both right side and wrong side rows. The stitch patterning uses crossed slip stitches. The result is a shawl that is cozy and easy to wear.

The shawl uses approximately 400 yds of fingering weight yarn and a set of six gradient or mini skeins (110 yds minimum/each skein)

Finished Measurements (after blocking): 68”/173 cm in length by 15″/46 cm deep, after blocking