Striking and intense, dramatic color and contrast, and fascinating geometric shapes are what you can see if you board a ship in Puerto Montt in the very South of Chile and travel a few nautic miles to the Laguna San Rafael, where a bright teal-colored glacier lies between dark rocks, and if you are lucky you can see chunks of the ice break off and fall spectacularly into the water. My husband and I spent a year in Chile, and we took our baby son on a cruise to this place, because I insisted that the only thing I really, really needed to see in Chile was the teal-blue glacier. When this yarn arrived, I was immediately reminded of the strange beauty of that place – and created an unusually shaped shawl which is simple, but dramatically shaped and can be worn in various flattering ways. Enjoy!
Club version uses 150 g of Rohrspatz & Wollmeise “Pure”, limited colorway “Nautic Miles”.
Gradient striped version uses 100 g of Schoppel Crazy Zauberball, colorway “Blasser Schimmer”
The pattern "Puerto Montt" is part of Martina Behms book "Strickmich! Knitting Inventions".
|Gauge (stitches per 10 cm):||25|
|Needle Size:||3,0 mm / US 2-3, 3,5 mm / US 4|
Content: 0.1 kilogram (€139.00* / 1 kilogram)
Content: 0.05 kilogram (€159.00* / 1 kilogram)
Content: 0.1 kilogram (€219.00* / 1 kilogram)
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