Monday, 1 September 2014

Kelvinway Shawl

It's already September, and the Kelvinway shawl has been desperate to be set free for a few weeks now!


Glasgow is greener than most think – and the best summer times are spent in green spaces. Just as the parks consist of many textures & shadows, this shawl incorporates lace, cable and stockinette to mimic the differences found in nature.
Kelvin Way is the pedestrian path through the beautiful Kelvingrove park.
The Construction
This crescent shape shawl is knit from the top down, increasing at the edges throughout. Knit first in stockinette, it transitions to lace & cables halfway down the length of the shawl, continuing to a short border section and straight cast off.
Uses one skein (400m) of sock yarn. Choose a leafy shade! Or the colour of your favourite flower.

Also, the code 'Walkies' will get you 20% off on Ravelry until the 12th of September :)

This is the second in a series of shawls inspired by Glasgow - you might remember Bru!  









4 comments:

  1. So not only do you design lovely knits, you also look adorable in your photos? Stahp already! You make the rest of us look bad ;)

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  2. I'm loving the greens! I must starting knitting some of your patterns soon. I think the first will be the hat In Knit Now planning on using some WYS I bought in York for it!

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