In the Store: Desert Flowers shawl


Desert Flowers shawl.

Desert Flowers shawl.

Autumn comes to the High Desert in this beautiful cranberry, fuchsia, and coppery orange colored Desert Flowers shawl. Hand-knit in a Blue-faced Leicester wool and silk blend yarn, this stunning semi-circular shawl can be worn as a scarf or a shawl. Its silky sheen and intricate design add a touch of elegance, making it the perfect accessory to your wardrobe.

 

Notes on Project

This is the second time for this shawl, it was such a pretty finished piece. The pattern is a pleasure to knit and the yarn is so beautiful, I just had to redo it. The colors are so subtle, hints of fuchsia and coppery orange in the cranberry and only show in bright light when viewed up close. This pattern always looks so intricate and complicated but is really very easy to knit. It’s one of my go-to patterns when I want something lace and I want it quick.

Color: cranberry, fuchsia, coppery orange.
Size: One size (S – XL).
Measures 60″ wide by 29″ long.
Material: 50% Blue-faced Leicester Wool, 50% Silk.
Hand wash separately – Lay flat or dry clean. Darker colors may bleed.

This¬†shawl is for sale at my Needles ‘n Purls store.

Desert Flowers shawl.

View worn as scarf.

Desert Flowers shawl.

Close up of top area.

Desert Flowers shawl.

Folded for color.

Desert Flowers shawl.

Close up of edging.

Desert Flowers shawl.

Full view of shawl.

*Special thanks to Romi Hill for creating such a lovely pattern (High Desert) and Helen from Moonlightyarns for creating such beautiful yarn to work with.

 

 

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