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Castaway Shores


Castaway Shores is a super fun one skein crescent shaped shawl! It exudes femininity and makes for a luxurious wrap on those cooler summer evenings. Knit on large needles, it introduces you to very basic lace interspersed between rows of super relaxing garter. The seashells are pronounced with a twisted rib and lace edge detail. It is finished with a looped eyelet bind off for that little extra touch of elegance.

The Castaway Shores samples have been knit using two beautiful yarns; the silky Titus 4ply, from Eden Cottage Yarns in a pale blue/grey, and the Beautifully Basic from Emma’s Yarn in an sea green.

Eden Cottage Yarns, Titus 4 ply/fingering; (400m/ 436yds; 75% merino, 25% silk per 100g).
Sample shown in Campanula (blue/grey).

Emma’s Yarn, Beautifully Basic fingering (400m/436 yards; 100% superwash merino).
Sample shown in Ice Ice Baby (mint green).

Yarn required:
1 Skein – IMPORTANT - Read note below

PLEASE NOTE: The entirety of the skein is required. Only 1.7m/ 1.85yds was left, although in testing slightly more yarn was left over. There is not enough yarn to swatch, so the pre-blocked gauge is given.

- Size 4.5mm / US 7 circular needle, 80 cm / 32” length (or size needed to obtain gauge)
Tapestry/Darning needle
Stitch markers: 22 total.

20 sts x 40 rows = 10cm x 10cm (4”x 4”) in garter stitch PRE blocking.
16 sts x 32 rows = 10cm x 10cm (4”x 4”) in garter stitch POST blocking.

The Castaway Shores Summer KAL
Join the Castaway Shores Summer KAL in Ravelry Group or my Facebook Group July 23rd to August 29th. Pop over and share that precious skein ;)

You will get a PDF (1MB) file

$ 5.90

$ 5.90

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