Hello Knitting Friends, I’m excited to tell you about a new shawl pattern I published to Ravelry today, the Yera Shawl.
Yera is an Australian Aboriginal word meaning Joyful, which is precisely how I feel about this combination of colour & form. A play of three colours: work in neutral tones, offset your favourite bright colours with contrasting bands, or knit this up in a single colour for something you can grab-and-go.Yera’s simple lace pattern looks more complicated than it is and will appeal to adventurous beginners and advanced knitters alike. Yera is worked from side to side with gradual increases, resulting in an asymmetrical, triangular shape and making it easy to incorporate additional repeats to increase the overall size of this shawl, if desired.
While I was loading the pattern to Ravelry it occurred to me that a Yera KAL was in order, I so love seeing all the colour variations my wonderful Yera test knitters came up with (you can view their projects here) that I realised it would be a fun project to knit in a KAL.
So the Yera KAL is now running in my group over here, and will go until June 10. As well as some fine company to knit your project with, there will be prizes to give you that extra incentive to complete! I’ll be announcing these soon.
I have an Introductory offer: for Yera Shawl purchases this weekend – Enjoy a 20% discount with this pattern with the check out code yera good to midnight Sunday April 12 – in your timezone.