70% Abruzzese wool
Light Fingering (uk 4 ply) weight with 50g – 300m
Eri is giving a 50% discount on these patterns: Marinai pullover, Dodo Cardigan, Haruno shawl, to everyone who'll place an order in our shop this week!
Once you've completed the transaction on pur shop you'll receive an email of payment confirmation with the discount code to use on Ravelry.
The code is valid until August 10.
Please, note that sometimes these emails end up in the junk box, in case you shouldn't find it there either, you can email us and we'll give it to you.
Spring field in Japanese, Haruno is a long triangle shawl designed for our AESTIVA base by Eri Shimizu @eritml .
We adore the idea she had to render in stitches various flowers you can find in spring fields and associated them to a wind-inspired stitch; it's just a perfect match with the suggestions we wanted to evoke with the yarn name: aestiva is the Latin word for the summer fields, ready to be harvested or populated by herds as pastures .
It is worked sideways, starting from one end, increasing stitches on the right edge to the final width. Lovely tip is to add a tassel to the cast-on edge if you wish!
The original sample is knitted in the undyed creamy colorway, MARZAPANE, but you can see a couple of testknitted pieces in DEGAS, a very light powdery pink, and GOTHAM a faded and subtly variegated purplish beige.
Please note that the pattern is not sold with the yarn purchased
Wingspan: 65 ¾” / 167 cm
Depth: 32 ¾” / 83.5 cm
AESTIVA - 70% Abruzzese Wool, 30% unbleached French Linen - 328 yards / 300 m per 50 g : 3 skeins of color Marzapane
US 6 / 4 mm circular needle, 24” / 60 cm or longer
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
After blocking 24 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in twisted rib (k1tbl, p1) with US 6 / 4 mm needle