I don’t know about you, but I am so ready for Spring! January and now February seem to drag their feet and with the amount of rain and storms we have recently had, brighter days are eagerly awaited.
To put a little Spring into my step I designed this pretty shawl in the most delicious cheerful colours.
This is a lovely large, yet light and airy shawl. Using a garter tab cast on and a mix of garter and stocking stitch sections, all finished with a Daisy Flower border. The top line of the shawl has a slight curve which makes it sit very well on shoulders, stopping it from slipping off.
My colour inspiration will come as no surprise to you! You know how much I like to take my inspiration from nature and the spring colours of first blooms inspired my new design.
Using The Grey Sheep Co. Stein Fine Wool Sock Yarn and keeping it simple, this traditional triangular shawl is the perfect showcase for Emma’s ability to dye the most scrumptious colours (www.thegreysheep.co.uk).
As many of you already know, the Team at Well Manor Farm is whole-heartedly committed to producing the best British wool available. Through managed grazing and the reversion of agricultural land to traditional pastures, the wool comes from their very own flocks that is exclusively bred and nurtured for their quality fibre.
For this shawl I chose Stein Fine Wool Sock for its light and airy feel, making it the perfect companion for the first days of spring, when days are beginning to feel warm but can at times have a chill in the air.
The pattern is now available to purchase and download from my Ravelry Store and a discount of 10% will be automatically applied until midnight on Sunday 23 February 2020.
I hope it put’s a little Spring in your step too.