Faerly is our most popular shawl pattern. It is lacey yet simple to knit and the stitches used don't compete with the yarn, making the pattern very effective when using, variegated, speckled or gradient yarns.
We sell the pattern separately, as a guideline you need 100 gr of 4-ply yarn and 6mm needle (circular or straight).
We also offer the pattern here as part of a kit containing our new Layercake Linen yarn, spun by he same lovely people that weave more and more of our linen fabrics.
The same weight as our Soliloquy Sock Lace, Layercake linen runs 600 m per 100 grams and is perfect for knitting a garment or accessory to go with your Layercake Smock, Tabard, Apron, etc.
We will gradually build the Layercake Linen range, starting with these lovely gradients.
The picture the Faerly shawl knitted up in the Teal Layercake Linen gradient (which matches our Teal Cross-weave Smocks and Tabards).
The other pictures with Layercake garments in them show the Purple Gradient Set with our Purple Cross-weave and the Neutrals Gradient Set with our new Black Gingham fabric.
The Gradient Sets are sold as bundles of 4 x 25 gr hanks of 150 m each (600 m in total). We also offer a double gradient set that runs from Teal to Royal Blue to Pink, 7 x 25 gr, 175 gr in total. All sets come with a free copy of the Faerly Pattern.
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