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Monday, July 13, 2015

Episode 216 Wild Goose Shawlette

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Wild Goose Shawlette in Leading Men Fiber Arts Showcase in the Wild Goose Chase Colorway

Shown in Another Crafty Girl Strong Sock in Golden Teeth and Golden Tones Colorway

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This is a quick episode to share my newest design with you and give you a little background on it.

Thank you!

  • Test Knitters: Qwiltnknitnut (Jo), marynvoigt (Missy), Sismademeknit (Meg), and NurseKimKnits (Kim), Dramatic Knits, and Silverbell.
  • Technical Editor Bronwyn Hahn.
  • Model Sarah (MotherEarthKnits)

Wild Goose Shawlette will premiere at SSK in the Leading Men Fiber Arts booth and Another Crafty Girl

Special price from date of release to when I return from SSK which is one week (July 13 through July 19) will be $2 off regular price of $5. No coupon code needed.

Wild Goose Shawlette is the perfect showcase for that colorful skein of fingering weight yarn that you just can’t resist. Perhaps you have a wild skein that has been living in your stash for a while and you don’t know what to do with it. Wild Goose Shawlette can handle all the gorgeous color you throw at it. It is simple knitting—perfect for travel, your knit night, or your auntie’s birthday party. Relax and watch the colors fly by.

Wild Goose is a long crescent shawl that is easy to wear as a wrap or loosely tied scarf. The handy spreadsheet-style instructions allow you to keep track of your progress and use up all your wildness.

Skill Level: Suitable for beginning knitters, especially as a first lace project. More experienced knitters will find Wild Goose Shawlette a relaxing and quick knit.

Have a great week, haste ye back, and hold your knitting close.

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Lovely, easy, and a perfect travel project! Ordering today. Thanks, Paula.

Lee Bernstein

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