*YARN SET "The Lone Skein Shawl"

one size
7 available

€27.00

price including local VAT of the recipient country for shipments within the EU, plus shipping cost

€22.69

price exkl. VAT for shipment to non-EU countries, plus shipping cost

Nettopreis: €22.69
Content: 0.1 kg (€270.00 * / 1 kg)

Product information

NB: We only stock a limited number of  our "originals" yarn sets, which means that the yarn will most likely be dyed especially for you. In this case your order will be ready for shipment within 3-4 weeks. If you need it urgently, please send us a note before ordering to check ready-to-ship availability.

This yarn set contains 1 skein of Tough Sock in our colourway "Boho" for the "The Lone Skein Shawl" by Joji Locatelli.

The designer about the design: "A one skein shawl is such a pretty thing to make. They are always worthy of our finest treasured yarns, they yield almost instant gratification and they are, truly, the most fun accessories to spice up your daily wardrobe.
This simple crescent shaped shawl can be made with just 1 skein of fingering (sock weight) yarn. It alternates bands of slipped sts, garter stitch and short rows.
The crescent is asymmetrical (it’s longer towards one side) and its characteristic shape is achieved by working increases over the edges."

This listing is only for the yarn, the pattern is not included. You will find the suggested pattern on Ravelry:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-lone-skein-shawl

base

Tough Sock

material

75% New Wool 25% Nylon

specifics

Merino - mulesing free, superwash

yarn weight

Sock Weight

yardage per skein

465yd / 100g

colour name

Boho

pattern in

English, (pattern is not included in set price)

sales unit

1 skein

unit weight

100 g

ready to dispatch in

3-4 weeks after payment

delivery time

3-6 weeks (depending on destination)

Care

Cold hand wash recommended. Lay flat to dry.

Color information

Dyes are applied merely by hand so there is a natural variation within hanks of the same dye lot. To maintain an even appearance in larger projects I would suggest to alternate skeins while knitting.

I take great care photographing my items, but please take into account that colours might vary slightly due to different monitors.