Pattern: (name, author, source) Aestlight Shawl by Gudrun Johnston from The Shetland Trader (available via Ravelry, but I’ve provided a link to the author’s blog for non-Rav folks)
Size(s): (to fit, finished size) Small, one-skein, version; 140 cm/55 inches along edge and 40 cm/15.75 inches from top to point
Yarn: (name, fibre, weight, colour) House of Awesome Mean Girl’s Yarn Club June Shipment (Aunt Sarah’s Pussies), 100% superwash wool, sock/fingering weight, chocolate, toffee and peppermint colours, approx. 310 yds
Needles: (size, material, style) US 5 Denise interchangeable plus 5 mm crochet hook to cast off.
Knitting style: (for stitch patterns) Combination/Eastern Uncrossed
Modifications: None. Nada. Not a one. I know.
Notes: Love the yarn, love the pattern.
The yarn is soft and really suits this pattern. I’ll admit that what the colour does may not be to everyone’s taste, but I love it!
The pattern is very well written and suitable for adventurous lace-knitting-beginners. This particular slow-coach managed to knit the whole thing in 2 weeks and one day.
Seriously, that’s all I have to say so I’ll leave you with more photos, okay?