Like a shower of comets and stars, criss-crossing through the sky – that’s what Alexandra of Zauberwiese thought of when she created this beautiful colorway for Strickmich! Club. So I picked up this theme for the design of a lacy shawl: The garter stitch gives way to an ever-growing assembly of geometric comet traces. The shawl is named “Halley” after Halley’s Comet, which is visible from Earth every 74 to 79 years, even without a telescope. The subtle color speckles on a stunning blue background make the shawl even more interesting to knit and wear – reminding you of the wonders of the universe while it warms your shoulders.
You can use a yarn with 400-500 m per 100 g for this, like e. g. Amano Ayni or Rosy Green Wool Heb & Manx Merino Fine.
The pattern "Halley" is part of Martina Behms book "The Hitchhiker Collection"
|Gauge (stitches per 10 cm):||19|
|Needle Size:||3,5 mm / US 4, 3,75 mm / US 5|
Content: 0.05 kilogram (€318.00* / 1 kilogram)
Content: 0.05 kilogram (€218.00* / 1 kilogram)
Content: 0.115 kilogram (€301.30* / 1 kilogram)
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