Come What May
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After Row 38 in the pictured sample there is a 12 row Stockinette section that was omitted from the pattern. You can add this in and continue as written or you can knit the pattern without this extra section. If you are concerned about yardage it may be better to leave it out.
As I sat with my friend, Jaala Spiro, having tea, pastries and knitting one morning she surprised me with several cakes of her lovely KnitCircus yarns. One of these was the spectacular Come What May gradient. There is something about the rosy shade of pink moving into the sweet kiss of blush and ending with the lightest shade of gray. The yarn was thrilling to hold and it was inspiring. I quickly cast on and knit a sweet lacey shawl that is simple, wearable and a really fun knit.
Semi-circular with stockinette, lace & eyelet sections that end with a beautiful eyelet ruffle & finished with a beaded bind off. The beads are optional but add so much to the look and feel of the shawl.
A suggested yarn is shown below.
- Independent Designer
- Susan B. Anderson
- Featured product
- Downloadable PDF
- Optional: 24 grams of 6/0 seed beads (sample used silver-lined crystal beads), Crochet hook/flosser for placing beads
- Skill Level
- Yarn Weight
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