New Pattern Coming: Glacier
Originally inspired by the colors of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park, Glacier is a fast and fun shawlette. Work the main field in an easy-to-memorize 4-row repeat from end to end. Then, add a simple yet complex-looking edge in a coordinating color. The bandit style allows for an easy-to-wear piece such as a cowl, tied scarf, or simple shawlette. The colors and options are endless!
This pattern is written in US terminology.
Glacier was designed in Nanette Wake Studio Fingering Weight (85% superwash merino/15% nylon; 3.5 oz/100 g = 437 yds/400m) in the November Yarn Club Colorway Lake McDonald.
However, any fingering weight yarn that has a lot of drape can be used.
Techniques and Difficulty
Glacier incorporates the following crochet techniques:
Basic stitches (chain, single crochet, double crochet)
Glacier is a side-to-side shawl with a lace main field. The edging is added at the end. I love this construction type because when you finish the shawl, all you have to do is weave in ends and block.
You can adjust the width of Glacier by adding/subtracting a multiple of 4 increase rows and then adding/subtracting the same number of the multiple of 4 decrease rows.
What To Expect In The Pattern
- Written pattern
- Stitch chart
- How to make special stitches
- Full-color photos
Glacier will be released on Tuesday, March 14, 2023. Newsletter subscribers will get 25% off the retail price of the pattern.
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