Different textures and colour-placements create here the dynamic details that still provide a surprising harmony in the final accessory.
Both the “organic symmetry” found in nature, as well as the decorative shaping used in Art Nouveau architecture inspired the form for this Shawl.
The obviously related parts of a whole are celebrated in their individuality, without having them follow any rules for perfect symmetry. Each section completes and complements the next to produce a balanced “whole”, where 3 colours and 2 yarn bases render proportion in varying and almost unexpected positioning and repetitions.
All techniques and methods are either explained in the pattern itself,
or links are provided that point to web-tutorials.
Nature’s Luxury, La Parisienne
(100% Merino Wool at 460 m or 503 yds / 100 g): 1 skein C1 (colourway: Le Métro)
1 skein C2 (colourway: Buddha Bar)
Nature’s Luxury, Farouche
(65% Silk, 35% Camel at 400 m or 437 yds / 100 g):
1 skein C3 (colourway Banana Leaf) or approximately 200 meters or 219 yards.
(Order already prepared yarn-kits from Nature's Luxury here)
...or substitute with any other yarn of similar yardage.
Length: 190 cm / 75 inches
Depth: 56 cm / 22 inches
Measurement is given for blocked shawl.
3,5mm / US 4 circular needles (at least 80 cm/31" long).
To work the longer borders comfortably, you will need 3-4 long circulars of the same size.
Tapestry needle, stitch marker.
Removable stitch markers or safety pins.
24.5sts and 34 rows in 10 cm/4" in Stockinette stitch
on 3,5mm / US 4 needles, after blocking.
(Note that since this is an accessory, gauge is not really crucial
but will affect the final dimensions of the project and the amount of yarn used.)
The pattern is available as a digital PDF. You can buy it via pay-pal for 6,10 Euros and download it immediately!