Yippee! I’ve just published my Antipodes shawl on Ravelry!
It’s been professionally edited and my lovely test knitters have knitted it – so it’s ready to go.
It’s such a fun shawl – a long narrow crescent that wraps twice around your neck. The pretty lace is knitted at the same time as the garter stitch body and is a simple repeat that is easy to master.
My fingering yarn is a luscious blend of merino and silk but any fingering will do. The loose gauge gives the shawl great drape and it blocks out beautifully.
I’ve included instructions on how to make your shawl longer or shorter and if you’ve got a little less yarn than I’ve called for (360 – 400 metres) there are also directions to make sure you use every inch of your yarn without running out.
You can purchase Antipodes in my Ravelry store or by clicking the link on my sidebar. I can’t wait to see what you create with the pattern.
Thank you so much to my fantastic tech editor and my very fabulous test knitters! X
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