Pattern for the 2nd Strickmich! Club shipment 2014
Sometimes, the world around me seems a little bit too loud, too crowded, too busy. When that happens, I take out my knitting, find a place to sit and feel how the noise slowly disappears while I knit one stitch after another. As I focus on the work of my hands, I notice how my mind regains clarity and strength – a state called “Samadhi” in the ancient Asian language Pali. This little shawlette has received its name because it is such a relaxing knit that it feels almost like meditation to make it. The pale turquoise color with its special hand-dyed glow will take your eyes on a vacation, and the warm merino wool will feel like a soft breeze in your hands. The resulting shawlette has a subtle wavy border and is light and small enough to be worn in warmer weather.
Measurements of the shawlette in the pictures: Length 150 cms (60 in), depth 27 cms (11 in)
Instructions on how to make the shawl bigger, using the amount of yarn you choose are given in the pattern.
The pattern "Samadhi" is part of Martina Behm´s book "The Hitchhiker Collection".
|Gauge (stitches per 10 cm):||21|
|Needle Size:||3,5 mm / US 4|
Content: 0.1 kilogram (€295.00* / 1 kilogram)
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