I have been working on a new shawl design over the past few months, and I would love to show it to you. I hope you like it, I know I sure do!
About the shawl
The shawl is insanely big and uses two skeins of Fyberspates yarn; one skein of Fyberspates Gleem which is a variegated lace yarn and one skein of Fyberspates Scrumptious Lace which is a solid colored yarn. I bought this luxury yarn from Breikunst, but it’s also available from Wool Warehouse and Black Sheep Wools.
I alternate the two yarns to create a lace shawl which is versatile and beautiful. The shawl is large enough to make it possible to wear it in several different ways, and the drape of the yarn is just gorgeous. To help the drape even further I have finished the shawl with a beaded edge. I have always been a fan of beads and have used them in several of my designs.
I will be showing you how to make this shawl during a 3 hour workshop at Breikunst in Arnhem, The Netherlands. The workshop is on June 9th, from 9.30 – 12.30 and participants get two lovely skeins of Fyberspates lace yarn, a crochet hook, the pattern, and a free goodie bag with crochet goodies from me. To reserve your place at the workshop, contact Louise from Breikunst, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are able to come, I would love to see you there. The workshop will be in Dutch, but if any English speaking people attend, that is no problem at all. I am totally bilingual.
Name the shawl
I have made this lovely shawl, and now I have no idea how to call it. Maybe you could help me pick a name for this pattern? If you have any suggestions, pop them in the comments to this post. If I pick your suggestion I will send you a free copy of the pattern when I publish it. Hope you have some good suggestions, because I am totally out of ideas.
Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop and hearing your pattern name suggestions.
Follow me on
This post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclosure and copyright policy. All opinions are my own and I only link to products I use or would use. Thank you for using the links on my blog and supporting my work.
© COPYRIGHT IT’S ALL IN A NUTSHELL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.