Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Key Lime Pi Shawl

Key Lime Pi Shawl

I'm thrilled to introduce my newest design, the Key Lime Pi Shawl. Key Lime Pi is an easy half-circle shawl crocheted from the neck-down. The ripple pattern has both written and charted instructions. This shawl is worked in two colors of fingering weight yarn. The high-contrast stripe pattern really shows off the ripple, though using one multi-colored yarn throughout would work equally well. Key Lime Pi is fast to crochet and is appropriate for beginners. There are 2 versions of the pattern, with US and UK terms. This pattern was tech edited by Chaitanya Muralidhara.

Materials
960yds/878m fingering weight yarn in 2 colors
Color 1 (480yds/439m): Wollmeise “Pure” 100% Merino Superwash, col. Moses (575yds/526m per 150g), 1 skein
Color 2 (480yds/439m): Wollmeise “Pure” 100% Merino Superwash, col. WD Frosch (575yds/526m per 150g), 1 skein
G (4.0mm) hook
tapestry needle

Key Lime Pi Shawl

This shawl has a nice weight to it and it drapes beautifully. It would be perfect for chilly air-conditioned offices. I can imagine it in so many color combos. What about white or grey for Color 1 and a progression of rainbow stripes for Color 2? My testers have chosen some lovely colors as well.

Key Lime Pi Shawl

This pattern is currently available on Ravelry. Get $1 off with the code keylimeblog. This offer is good through Friday, May 16.

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