Scarf Style/Wrap Style Knit-Along

The inspirations for this knit-along are the Scarf Style and Wrap Style books (from Interweave Press); should you wish to share your creations from the book, this is a wonderful place to do it. Also welcome are helpful tips, corrections, ideas for variations, and suggestions for materials. This knit-along will last indefinitely, so join any time!

Friday, January 12, 2007

Lace from the Sea

The Shetland Triangle shawl is great for conference-knitting when you can't spend every moment looking at your knitting or a pattern.

I knit it from luxurious Handmaiden Sea Silk, easy to knit with and luscious to touch. The yarn is a bit slippery so I recommend using a bamboo needle.

Using 11 pattern repeats to give a 6 ft. width to the shawl, I used all of one ball plus just enough extra to bind off the final row. (I think my husband may knit this same shawl with the second ball and knit only 10 repeats.)

--Hannah at The Purloined Letter



  • At 9:19 AM, Blogger annie said…

    That is gorgeous! The silk really glows. I can't wait to try one.

  • At 6:15 PM, Blogger Kathleen said…

    That looks beautiful. There's a real lustre from the silk. What a nice idea.

  • At 5:38 PM, Blogger Mari said…

    Ooooooool wow, I like the texture of silk. I think I will knit the second one in silk.

  • At 5:39 PM, Blogger Mari said…

    Ooooooooooool so nice, I like the texture of silk. I'll try to make the next one in silk. 10 repeat is kind of what I knitted have in mind too.

  • At 8:07 AM, Blogger The Purloined Letter said…

    Thanks everybody! The Sea Silk is an absolute pleasure to work with.

  • At 12:59 AM, Blogger Terri Lynn said…

    Very exquisite.

  • At 11:35 PM, Blogger Sheila said…

    I love the look of that scarf. It look very soft in the photo. How big is it?

  • At 8:26 AM, Blogger The Purloined Letter said…

    About 5 and a half feet across--my height.

  • At 1:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I just started one in seasilk too! It's so soft! I have to say that my bamboo needles were spliting more than my KnitPicks needles were so I've gone back to the knitpicks.


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