May 8, 2019

Nantahala Shawl Kit Release

  • A woman holds a green crescent shaped shawl in front of a body of water.

Nantahala is a Cherokee word meaning “land of the noon day sun.” Inspired by a summer day in the beautiful hardwood forests of the east coast areas of North America, this top-down, crescent-shaped shawl has a pleasing mix of simple lace and squishy garter stitch sections and ends with a delicate picot bind-off.

I’m offering this shawl kit in four gorgeous spring color choices on WayfaringYarns’ Monaco base.
Savannah (shown on sample)
Tulum
Pfeiffer Beach
Shoujiji Sakura

Monaco is a single-ply fingering weight yarn of 100% Extra Fine Merino. It’s incredibly soft! The kit includes two 100g skeins of the Monaco color of your choice plus a free Ravelry download code for the Nantahala Shawl.

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