Issue 5 | Stripes: Lillium Shawl

About the Pattern: 

The Lillium Shawl accidentally evolved while trying a unique construction.

The worked up stitches look like building blocks ascending from one side and descending on the other.

Imagine Lego bricks stacking up on top of each other starting from the centre block extending a new block each side as you increase the hight, building ontop of the rows that have gone before.

𝗗𝗲𝘀𝗶𝗴𝗻𝗲𝗿: Srividya Ganapathy of Hooked on Hobbies 

𝗣𝗵𝗼𝘁𝗼𝗴𝗿𝗮𝗽𝗵𝘆: Dave Denby Photography

Finished Measurements: 70" wingspan, 22" depth

Yarn Used:

  • MC: Silk Indian Resham 3 ply, Lavender, 366 m (400 y)
  • CC: Silk Indian Aleena Light Fingering, Deep Purple, 320 m (350 y)

Tools and Notions: 3.25 mm (US size D), yarn needle.

​Issue 5 of yarnpeople is available to pre-order on Ravelry for instant download when it goes live. In this issue, celebrating Stripes, you can read the articles in the main ​magazine as well as 12 individual patterns.⁣

We have gone physical with a Print version of the magazine available to be sent direct to your door, with worldwide delivery options.

As always, Happy Crafting!

Babs 

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