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Snow Drops & Snap Peas Shawl - Now Available

SD&SP  Shawl 6

Snow Drops & Snap Peas may be signs of spring, but here at TTL they also represent changing seasons. To my mind yesterday's autumnal equinox was the perfect day to release my new shawl pattern "Snow Drops & Snap Peas". (Little Miss Sofie looks skeptical in the photo below though, doesn't she?)

SD&SP Shawl 8

This semi circular shawl is worked from the center top outward, with bands of lace separated by gently rippled stockinette. I've made mine with Quince & Company Chickadee in one of my favorite shades of green. I love it, but I'm always thinking of the next project and I'd really like to make one in cozy alpaca to keep my neck warm this winter. Or maybe I'll another made with a soft tweedy yarn like Rowan's Felted Tweed.

SD&SP Shawl 7

SD&SP Shawl 9
Shawl 3
Shawl 2

Snow Drops & Snap Peas Shawl

Sizes: M[L] (shown in size M)

Measurements: 50[63]” across top edge, 22[28]” from top edge to lower edge

Gauge: 13 sts & 20 rows = 4” (10 cm) in Snow Drop Lace pattern

Yarn: Quince & Co. Chickadee, 100% American Wool, 181 yards (166m)/50 g skein, Color: Snap Pea, 4[6] skeins

Needles: US 7 (4.5mm) 32” circular or size to obtain gauge

Additional Materials: Stitch Markers, Tapestry Needle

Price: $6.00 US

Thank you to my test knitters - Lisa, Julia, Stacie, Karen & Linda!!! Check out some of thier shawls on Ravelry!


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Yay! Just downloaded.

I've been waiting for this, it's just gorgeous! I even have green yarn at the ready. Now to find the time to do it :-)

It's beautiful! Yes, yesterday was the perfect day to release the pattern. Yesterday was the Mid-Autumn Festival according to the Chinese calendar. Now, I am craving a moon cake from China Town.

That is a gorgeous shade of green and a really unique looking shawl. It's almost like a capelet. So cute!

Well, we had a full harvest moon at 0 degrees Aries today, which is the first degree of Spring in the lunar cycle. New emotional beginnings! Growth in those areas! And a gorgeous new shawl to drool over. Yay!

Beautiful! I can see this being a runaway success!

It's so nice !!!

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