N.B. Please see individual note on each colour version for delivery time: ready to ship = D 3-4, EU 7-9, worldwide 12-16 days; pre-order = 4-6 weeks depending on destination.
This yarn set contains 5 skeins of Bliss and 1 skein of KidMohair Lace, perfect for the "Squggle & Stripe" shawl by Stephen West, published in Westknits Bestknits Number 3 - Shawl Evolution.
This squiggly shawl was inspired by the Speckle & Pop shawl with its graphic short rows and eyelets. This new shawl features three colors that wave and wiggle using increases and decreases. Short row wedges are highlighted with eyelet rows using a mohair silk contrast color. The squiggles are framed with graphic short row stripes for the wingtips, so you can wrap and tie the playful shawl around your neck.
The original shawl was knit with one skein each of:
Walk Bliss in Apricot, Goldenrod, Masala, Marine and Apollo
Walk KidMohair Lace in Pomodoro.
We are also offering some more colour combinations:
Colour set 1 (Summer Sorbet) with one skein each of:
Walk Bliss in Embers, Grunge Peach, Salina, Frosted Moss, Grunge Pop
Walk KidMohair Lace in Summer Sorbet
Colour set 2 (Pink Candy) with one skein each of:
Walk Bliss in Frangipani, Lemon&Lime, Moana, Great Barrier Reef, Milky Way
Walk KidMohair Lace in Pink Candy
Colour set 3 (Treasure Island) with one skein each of:
Walk Bliss in Mica, Great Barrier Reef, Lemon&Lime, Frangipani, Milky Way
Walk KidMohair Lace in Treasure Island
Yardage: MC1 – 120yds / 110m
MC2 - 120yds / 110m
MC3 - 120yds / 110m
MC4 - 230yds / 210m
MC5 - 230yds / 210m
CC - 80yds / 73m
This listing is only for the yarn, the pattern is not included. You will find the suggested pattern on Ravelry:
Bliss, Kid Mohair Lace
100% New Wool, 70% Mohair 30% Silk
Merino 16 micron - mulesing free, Kid Mohair
Lace Weight, Heavy Sock Weight
yardage per skein
460 yd / 100g, 394yd / 100g
CareCold hand wash recommended. Lay flat to dry.
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.