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Drama Queen Shawl Kit

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  • The Drama Queen Shawl Kit has everything you need to make a dramatic shawl! Made using some of Artyarns’ most luxurious hand-dyed yarns, and 3 exclusive shawl patterns - whichever you pick is guaranteed to be a head turner.

    Stitches used and explained in the patterns: M1 (make 1 stitch); CDD (centered double decrease); S1 (slip 1); S3 (slip 3); SSK (slip slip knit); WYIB (with yarn in back); WYIF (with yarn in front) and YO (yarn over)

    Each Kit Contains:
    • 1 x Merino Cloud (80% Extra Fine Merino, 20% Cashmere, 246m, 62g)
    • 1 x coordinating Silk Mohair Glitter (60% Super Kid Mohair/40% Silk with Lurex, 312yd/285m/25g)
    • 3 x Exclusive, downloadable shawl patterns (worth £29.99!) by renowned knitwear designer Iris Schreier (download codes are on the ball band)

    Each and every skein is hand-painted by artisans at the Artyarns studio.

    Patterns:
    • Chevron Shawl (60″ long x 16″ wide)
    • Triangle Shawl (81″ wingspan x 31″ deep)
    • Chain Link Shawl (16″ deep x 60″ top edge and 88″ bottom edge.

    Just add your own size 4.5mm (US 7) needles.
  • Ingredients:
    • 1 x Merino Cloud (80% Extra Fine Merino, 20% Cashmere, 246m, 62g)
    • 1 x Silk Mohair Glitter (60% Super Kid Mohair/40% Silk with Lurex, 312yd/285m/25g)
    • 3 x Exclusive, downloadable shawl patterns (worth £29.99!) by renowned knitwear designer Iris Schreier

    Weight:
    130g

  • Artyarns was founded in 2002 by Iris Schreier, a celebrated knitwear author whose work appears in major knitting media outlets. 

    Artyarns fibers are manufactured in the United States. We strongly believe in local sourcing of materials and equipment. We utilize energy efficient systems and sustainable materials. Artyarns collaborates only with countries who follow International Labor Organization Standards.

    Before the art of knitting comes the art of yarn