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Teaberry Crescent Shawl and a Knitalong

teaberry crescent shawl

I’m often a little shy to say out loud, “WOW, how pretty!” when I share one of my own patterns.  But this lovely crescent shawl, designed by Claudia Donnelly for Phydeaux Designs & Fiber, really IS pretty and I have no problem saying so out loud!

Claudia approached me last year about designing a crescent shawl using Soie fingering weight in the (then) new colourway, Danaerys.  And she definitely designed a winner:  just so beautiful.

teaberry crescent shawl

Teaberry is a long crescent, worked with increases rather than short rows (in case you’re short row-phobic).

The body is worked in garter stitch, perfect for a weekend or two of marathon Netflix.

The edge is a knitted on lace pattern that blocks beautifully to create a flutter of lacy points.

teaberry crescent shawl edge

Equally beautiful worked in semisolid / tonal or variegated colourways, and absolutely divine knit in the Phydeaux yarn intended by Claudia:  Soie fingering weight.

I originally wrote this post in August and just found that I hadn’t published it.  Sheez!  But I’m sharing with you now, and it’s not too late to join the Teaberry KAL (knitalong) that will start this month in Phydeaux’s Ravelry Group!

You can order and download the pattern by clicking here.

And you can still order the kit in time for the KAL – two skeins of yarn plus the pattern – if you order quickly.

And join the KAL by clicking right here.

Looking forward to seeing you in the KAL!

Find more about Claudia Donnelly Designs on Ravelry and her blog

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