West 7th Wool Shawl - Intermediate Project
West 7th Wool KAL, a shawl…
Exert your femininity in this two tone shawl that simply moves and has great flow~ The volume of it is delicious and surely gives you a great many ways to style it.
This crescent shawl starts out with a Garter stitch section, is worked top down and constantly increases, which makes for a wonderful edging. It moves on to a couple of interesting stitch patterns before moving on to several lace sections, leading right up to the wonderful upside tree of life edge. There are many different individual stitch sequences used to keep you interested and engaged while knitting.
If you like beads could be added to the shawl in the very last lace border. (not included in kit)
Pure knitting FUN! Personally, I made two shawls and truly enjoyed knitting both~
I created the shawl as the first KAL for Amy and her beautiful new knit shop “West 7th Wool” in Fort Worth, Texas, hence the name. The official start date is July 16th 2016, the day of the actual Grand Opening of the shop and the publishing date for the pattern.
The Knit Kit includes: 5 skeins (192 yards each) of fingering weight in a linen/viscose blend yarn and the emailed pattern. You can either choose a combo as shown or make up your own. Simply comment when checking out which color you like to use for the top section of the shawl and which for the lace section. What fun!
You can even put your own color combo together. Simply let me know in the comment section, when checking out which color your shawl should start with (upper garter stitch section). What fun is that? A rich range of colors are at your fingertips...
NOTE: Orders over $50 ship free within the U.S. Your Kit ships FREE~
Notions needed: US size 6 (4mm) circular needle at least 36" in length and 65 stitch markers for ease of working the various stitch sections. It helps, believe me~
The shawls size, a generous 98” by 21”
Level of expertise needed:
Adventurous Advanced Beginner / Intermediate
Join the fun now and enjoy the anticipation…..
This pattern was graciously translated into German by Uta Brinktrine~
Click Here for just the single pattern.
You might also like the shawl in a single color like the Canyon yarn.