Wednesday, July 29, 2020


I saw this beautiful pattern on Ravelry today. It is called Dreaming in a Field of Wildflowers. I am going to have fun putting together colour combinations tomorrow morning. I already have a few ideas on my mind. There are some gorgeous coral colours from Long Dog.
A fascinating interplay of colour fades, garter stripes and lace creates this large and cosy wrap. 
Worked from the centre out with a fun bias construction this shawl lets the colours of fade sets shine beautifully! 
With the way the construction is worked and the pattern is written, you can easily work with your stash yarn and also use fade sets with more or fewer colours. 
This pattern is a highly addictive knit with an eye-catching result. The finished shawl will add a wonderful cosy item to your favourite wardrobe staple. 
Fully written row-by-row as well as charted instructions are provided so you can choose which you prefer to work from. 
I hope you enjoy the pattern!

New Kidsilk Haze Fade Packs arrived from Rowan. I received an email a few weeks ago that they were available. It was a complete surprise that they were making new kits.

One kit will make a great sized scarf (pattern included) or a shawl.
The kit will also make 2 Ombré Cowl Hoods (pattern free on Ravelry)

I’ve been knitting during the Jays game (what a terrible loss) and now it’s bed time. 

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