Sock-Yarn Shawls II: Daylily

Merry Christmas to those celebrating today! Whether your celebrating Christmas or not, I hope everyone is having a lovely day. Today it's time to talk about Daylily, the circular shawl in my upcoming book. Just a couple more weeks and the book will start shipping. Hooray!
This shawl is the only full-pi/circular shawl in the book. I just love it. This was the first one I've ever designed and it certainly won't be the last.
The shawl starts at the center and is worked outward. On Monday, I showed you a video tutorial for the circular cast on for this shawl.I especially love that because it's worked in the round, you don't have to purl! For me, that means this shawl can work up extra fast.

If you want to make this shawl even larger, you definitely can. With extra yarn you can add additional rows of the feather and fan edging at the end.

I think this would be a great project to gift for next Christmas. This shawl shape is great for all body types and sizes or could even be used a blanket!

Stay tuned for next week when I'll be finishing up the blog series with the last two shawls in the book - Harvest and Sunburst.

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Image from Sock Yarn Shawls II by Jen Lucas, Martingale, 2015; used with permission. Photos by Brent Kane. All rights reserved.

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