Rainforest Shawl

Project Description

What are you most proud of? Probably the transitions of each pattern into the next. The small leaf pattern is one I made up, the leaf edges are slightly raised and every leaf is outlined with purl stitches so the leaves aren't just 'flat'. I also made up the border . What advice would you give someone starting this project? There's some wrong-side row patterning which is simple but could get confusing if you aren't using stitch markers between motifs. tip: When working back on wrong side rows, take note where yo's should be on the previous row and count as you work back across each motif repeat. Yarnovers can be sneaky and try to trade places with a neighboring stitch!

What you will need

  • Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light
  • fingering weight 3.75mm/5us needles
  • stitch markers

Q&A with Skukum Carol

Marilynn. asked:
This is gorgeous and amazing. Very beautiful
Skukum Carol answered:
You're very kind, thank you so much! <3
isbeaddazzled asked:
Skukum Carol answered:
Thank you for the amazing encouragement, I really appreciate it!!!
isbeaddazzled asked:
Carol - when you do publish the pattern for this shawl I would love to purchase a copy! It truely is gorgeous! - Isabel
Skukum Carol answered:
Wow, thank you, what an awesome compliment! I'll definitely let you know :D
Amy Lamash asked:
Absolutely beautiful! I love your transitions and was moved by your inspiration.
Skukum Carol answered:
Thank you very much! It was fun to design albeit time-consuming to figure it all out but overall I'm pretty happy with how it all came together. :D
DJV947 asked:
Very nicely done. I particularly like the "T" min-lace motifs that you used at the start -- great idea. Just lovely. Thanks for sharing.
Skukum Carol answered:
Thank you so much! :D

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