This project was submitted by one of our readers, just like you.
"In Morvan, there are sublime starry heavens, trees with green leaves, red, yellow depending on the season, and the legacy of the Eduens who lived there, spreading art and Celtic culture. There is a little of all this in this shawl that I loved to knit, its border reminiscent of the forest and Celtic patterns, its body dotted with glittering pearls like nocturnal stars. For this shawl in half circle, 2 possible options: in 4 and 4.5mm depending on the thread used, and especially two qualities of yarn used: an organic cotton that clearly marks each stitch while providing a gradient of soft and harmonious color, and a mixture of alpaca and silk, ultra light and vaporous for a diaphanous effect. It can be made with or without pearls according to the taste of each one, and if it is beaded, either in colorless for the brilliant touch, or in color to raise more the shade of the shawl."
Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm
Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)
- 4 balls of Algasoie Unie Plassard
- 4.5mm circular needles
- cable needle
- beads ( 500)
- fine hook ( 0.5 or 0.75mm)
- blocking kit
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