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Citron Shawl

Citron Shawl

This little shawl is obviously the most knitted project from the newest Knitty issue. As of today Ravelry lists 379 projects and counting. When I first browsed this issue it was this pattern that instantly caught my eyes. And I was totally set to knit it in the original yarn – Malabrigo Lace Merino. Alas, I kinda got side-tracked by one of my older hand-spun yarns though. “Bewitch” is something about a lace to light fingering yarn which I spun back in April 2009. Somehow I thought stripes or color transitions would suit this little scarf/shawl well. As it turned out, pattern and yarn fit each other remarkably well.

Citron Shawl Detail

Citron Shawl Detail

All the way from fiber to shawl

Hand-dyed fiber from FatCatKnits in colorway "Bewitch"

Hand-dyed fiber from FatCatKnits in colorway “Bewitch”

Singles spun on Mielke Emily spindle

Singles spun on Mielke Emily spindle

"Bewitch", hand-spun fingering weight 2-ply yarn

“Bewitch”, hand-spun fingering weight 2-ply yarn


Details

Pattern: Citron by Hilary Smith Callis, Knitty.com Winter 2009
Yarn: hand-spun yarn, 100 grams/400-500 meters, Slushie’s Special Blend from FatCatKnits in colorway “Bewitch”
Needles: 4.00 and 4.5 mm
Size: 120 cm wide

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