10.06.2012

Sand And Sea Shawlette



My fifth and final Coastal Knits pattern is now available for individual purchase.





This little shawlette is shaped using short rows. I chose a lighter lace weight yarn for the body and a heavier fingering weight for the edging to give it a bit of weight and drape.

The scalloped border in the turquoise sea-blue color is reminiscent of the tide washing up on the shore of one of my favorite local beaches in Morro Bay.



 There are many pretty versions of this little shawlette posted on Ravelry. I have enjoyed seeing which colors different knitters pair together. Here are a few of my favorites.


Knit by Jennifer. (gardenknittr on Ravelry)

Knit by Sam. (elys7 on Ravelry)

Knit by Monika. (motan on Ravelry)


Knit by Kristina. (kristinamama on Ravelry)
Knit by Kristin. (KrochetKristin on Ravelry)

Knit by Audrey. (audknits on Ravelry)

If you too are interested in knitting up a Sand and Sea Shawlette, this pattern is now available for purchase individually.



Use the coupon code "incomingtide" in the checkout process to receive 25% off the individual pattern today only.

This special code will expire on Saturday, October 6 at 11:59PM PST.






Or you can purchase the Coastal Knits e-book or print version HERE.




Enjoy!





7 comments:

Melanie Routhier said...

Such a beautiful shawlette. I too love all the various colour combos.

Oceane Zorea said...

i like this one, but the cardigan from the last post just amazed me!
it is beutiful!

Kristen said...

I've already made two, but this makes me want to make another!

Brenda said...

I'm really enjoying all the re-visits to these wonderful patterns from the book. So far I've knit them all...

Suzanne said...

I just wanted to say that so far, I have LOVED everything I've seen in this book. So, I must have it. I will be ordering this week! Beautiful patterns.

Kristina said...

Thanks for including mine! I just love this shawl, and have plans for more of them - great design!

Jill said...

What a beautiful shawlette. You truly captured the water's edge perfectly. What a beautiful inspiration.