featured: Unique Ripples Shawl in Medina

featured: Unique Ripples Shawl in Medina

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The Unique Ripples Shawl by Susan Ashcroft was designed exclusively for Magical Knits. This is a true Canadian kit, designed by a Canadian designer (read more about Susan Ashcroft below), and curated with love in Western Canada.

The pattern is designed to highlight a long-striping yarn: it’s adjustable so you can use your favourite weight (fingering - worsted). The sample in photo 1 was knitted with Berroco Medina 4712 (Pick 1). Picture 4 shows the pattern knitted in Urth Uneek, knitted with 2 different size needles - the red is on 4.5 mm/US7 for a loftier effect (good for summer); the blue is on 4 mm/US6 for a denser fabric (good for all seasons).

Before you start, it’s a good idea to look at your wound yarncakes and decide which colour you want to start with - this will set the tone for your shawl and is one of the ways you can make your shawl unique!

About Berroco Medina: Warm colours ebb and flow in this long-colour repeating yarn that is ideal for summer accessories and garments. Berroco Medina blends cotton, acrylic, and viscose in a DK-weight yarn with gorgeous colours.

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this pattern is also available as a kit with Urth Uneek Fingering!

included in this kit:

  • printed pattern

  • 2 skeins a 100 g of Berroco Medina of your choice

  • the electronic pattern will be emailed to you after purchase

skill level: intermediate

washing instructions: machine wash cold, delicate cycle, lay flat to dry

to make it a complete kit we recommend: for peace of mind go to the SUPPLIES page and add:

about the designer: Susan Ashcroft is a Canadian knitting designer whose family live in Campbell River, BC who now lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. Most of her patterns are published as Stitchnerd Designs. She published over 200 designs on Ravelry and some in printed publications such as Vogue Knitting. Susan says about herself: "I love all types of stitches, but particularly knitted or quilted ones".

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