The Estuarine Shawl, shown below, is now available!
It’s worked in Fibre Co Cumbria Fingering, a yarn I fell in love with while working on this shawl.
Although the pattern is written for using multiple colors, you can knit it in one color, or knit the main body in one color, and the knit-on edging in a second contrasting color.
Check out the gorgeous projects from the test knitters hereÂ and in the thread here.
The Morro ShawlÂ is the little sister to theÂ Estuarine Shawl. It features some of the same nifty details of the Estuarine Shawl: the dot knit stitch, and the lovely edging. If you’re a little nervous about tackling Estuarine, give Morro try!
Morro is shown in two different yarn weights: laceweight Meadow and worsted weightKnightsbridge, both from Kelbourne Woolens. Â You can work Morro in any weight and any (reasonable, lol) yardage, following the guidelines in the pattern, making it a great choice for stash busting.
I’ll do a post about each pattern including all the details (you can find the same info on their Ravelry pages, though, the in the meantime! Â Estuarine ShawlÂ andÂ Morro Shawl).