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Abraxas Crescent Shawl Kit

Colour
Primrose Santi
Golden Green Santi
Burgundy Santi
Seafoam Santi
Black Santi
Red Santi
Dark Grey Santi
Orange Santi
Neutral Santi
348 Magenta Cloud
299 Serrano Pepper
378 Chartreuse
285 Green Apple
2385 Summer Sky
235 Kamala
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  • BY ÅSA TRICOSA

    This wonderful new shawl pattern by Åsa Tricosa is knitted top down from a Winding Provisional Cast On to make a "Tricosa tab" that sets up a mistake-rib border.

    A simple hourglass pattern lends beautiful texture in an intuitive knitting rhythm, and a makes for a nice, squishy texture. The shawl expands rapidly to form a shoulder-hugging crescent. A generously flared final border completes the shawl, flowing from the mistake rib along the top edge.

    Every row is written out. There are also separate instructions for knitting from entirely from charts.

    The pattern! You'll find ithere as part of The Jubilæum Collection ebook on Ravelry. The eBook contains 8 new + 4 reimagined classics! 

    We have chosen yarns which we LOVE for this shawl, both in terms of drape, softness and texture.

    Kit Includes:
     At least 675m (738 yards) as required for this pattern. Full details in the "Yarn Specs" tab.
    - Santi by Illimani
    - Merino Cloud+Mohair (this option includes two yarns which are held together throughout (Merino Cloud and Silk Mohair both by Artyarns)
    Merino Silk Yak DK Undyed

    You will also need:
    5mm (US 8) 80-100cm (32-40") circular knitting needle
    The pattern! You'll find it here as part of The Jubilæum Collection ebook on Ravelry.

    SHAWL MEASUREMENTS: 21” deep by 118” wingspan (wingspan measured along the lower edge)

    GAUGE (blocked): 20 sts x 24 rows  = 10cm (4") on 5mm (US 8) needles over hourglass pattern
    [Gauge is not critical, but note that yardage requirements may change if your gauge is different.]

  • Yarn Details:
    Santi: 45% Ultra Fine Merino, 25% Baby Alpaca, 15% Yak, 15% Mulberry Silk)
    Merino Cloud: 80% Fine Merino, 20% Italian Cashmere
    Silk Mohair by artyarns: 60% Fine Kid Mohair, 40% Mulberry Silk
    Merino Silk Yak DK Undyed: 60% Superwash Merino, 20% Yak, 20% Silk

    Yarn Yardage:
    Santi:
    125m (137yd) per 50g
    Merino Cloud: 400m (440yd) per 100g
    Silk Mohair by artyarns: 285m (320yd) per 25g
    Merino Silk Yak DK Undyed: 212m (231yd) per 100g

    Yarn Included "Kit":
    Santi:
    5 x 50g skeins
    Merino Cloud+Mohair: 2 x 100g skeins of Merino Cloud + 3 x 25g skeins of Silk Mohair
    Merino Silk Yak DK Undyed: 4 x 100g skeins

  • About me


    I am a Swedish knitting designer who now lives in Germany with a Danish husband.
    I knit with abandon.
    I’ve knitted my way from Sweden to Germany via New York and Boston and Singapore, and Sussex.
    You will soon notice that my designs are mostly seamless and top down, and that I’m seriously attracted by clever solutions.

    The Ziggurat sweater is my signature. It’s a seamless, top down, contiguous or Simultaneous Set In sleeve method that I have developed and polished since my first Ziggurat saw the light in 2011. I’m still somewhat obsessed by it.

    Just a little bit later I cleared my desk of notebooks and scribblings about J.S. Mill and a turgidly slow-forming PhD dissertation – “knitting” appears exactly nowhere in his Collected Works. I’m sure you can see the problem.
    I’m a knitter, not an academic. I know there are academic knitters –  and knitting academics. I’m just not one of them.

    My other somewhat edged-out-of-the-way obsession is food. Good food. And crusty bread. Our house pet is a sourdough starter (which I happily share).

    By the way, Åsa (Ooh-sah or Awe-sah) rhymes with Tricosa in most or many languages. Söderman rhymes with not much at all.

    I hope you enjoy my designs!

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