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Lunula Shawlette Pattern HARDCOPY

$6.00

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If we are out of stock, select the "dye-to-order" option and the "add to cart" button will appear. If you need more skeins than our current stock level, select "dye to order". Please allow at least 14 days for production time plus delivery. All items in one order (both in stock and dye to order) will ship together.

Dye to-order products

If we are out of stock, select the "dye-to-order" option and the "add to cart" button will appear. If you need more skeins than our current stock level, select "dye to order". Please allow at least 14 days for production time plus delivery. All items in one order (both in stock and dye to order) will ship together.

Dye to order products

We will begin shipping our "featured color" in this base on September 10, 2014. All items in one order (both in stock and featured color) will ship together. If you have a dye-to-order product, please allow an extra 14 days production time. If you need part of your order sent sooner, either order separately or conact us for assistance.


Product Description

THIS IS FOR A HARDCOPY OF THE PATTERN TO BE SENT VIA MAIL.

Lunula, little moon in Latin, is the motif that keeps popping up along the edge of this shawlette worked on the bias. Soft garter ridges fill in the body, and a lacy, moon-trimmed edging finishes off the piece. A lovely shawl for a chilly walk in the moonlight.

Lunula requires 400 yards of fingering weight yarn. Hazel Knits
recommends: Artisan Sock, Entice MCN, Divine or Piquant Lite, each of which has 400 yards. You can find those yarns here. Shown in Nickel Entice.

Gauge is 22 stitches over 4 inches. It is knit rather loose with the
fingering weight yarn for a lovely drape.

Additional materials: US 7 (4.5mm) 24-inch circular needle and a stitch marker.

About the Designer, Melissa Goodale:

Mel spends her days in Seattle dreaming up new designs and playing with yarn. Her projects expand to fill the space available. Luckily, this doesn’t seem to bother her loving husband and two sons.

Copyright 2010 Melissa J. Goodale. All rights reserved.

http://scknits.com/


 

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