8.18.2014

Danielle Shawl

Last week, I told you all about my new pattern Savanna made with Done Roving Frolicking Feet Transistions yarn. Well, this week I'm happy to tell you that my Danielle shawl, which uses the same yarn, is now available for individual download! Yippee!


$6.50


This shawl uses half-pi construction to form the shape. The same lace pattern is used throughout the whole shawl, making it a great choice for this yarn, which transitions from solids to variegated throughout the ball.
 This shawl was knit out of the Pumpkin Botanicals colorway, and will definitely be a staple in my wardrobe this fall.

$6.50

And, while I love the transitional yarn that Done Roving has done, I have seen some very pretty ones on Ravelry where just one skein of a striped or variegated yarn was used. This shawl is great for whatever might be in your sock-yarn stash!

2 comments:

  1. I have that magazine and I didn't notice you designed that shawl. Oops. Another great shawl - as usual.
    If I didn't have 3 sweaters that I'm trying to finish up before the cold weather arrives I'd cast it on right now.
    Love the yarn too.

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  2. Wow, that is a beautiful shawl!

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