Well, if you read my last post, this won’t come as any great surprise, but the Argentina Shawl pattern is now available. I had planned to make it available tomorrow (Thanksgiving) but realized at the last minute that I couldn’t submit my ad until I had a pattern page to link the ad to–so up it went!
Incredibly simple pattern that produces gorgeous results.
Totally worth it imho, easy lovely, lightweight.
This is one of the easiest patterns I have done and a fast knit.
But in the end it not only worked, it worked well. The yarn is elegant but surprisingly sturdy (I subjected it to much frogging and other indignities but it smoothed out again beautifully after blocking). The weight gives the shawl a beautiful drape and the silk has quite a bit of sheen so it. It’s perfect for dressing up (New Year’s festivities, perhaps?).
Sarah BarbourKnitting and crochet designer/teacher and stay-at-home mother to three lovely little girls. Recently relocated to Oregon from the Illinois and enjoying my new life as a West Coaster.
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