New pattern: Summer Meadow
New pattern Summer Meadow is here!
And, soon, so are the sun filled days of summer and all the joys they bring. Cool drinks by our knitting spot, the smell of freshly cut lawns, nature alive and buzzing all around us. And always, our needles and yarn.
Cake up a couple of skeins and cast on for a relaxing and enjoyable knit.
I used The Fibre Co. Meadow (40% Merino, 25% Llama, 20% Silk, 15% Linen; 502 m / 549 yds per 100 g) for my sample. It’s a great, lightweight yarn for summer projects, but you can use your own favourite. Lace to fingering weight yarns will work best. You’ll need approximately 879 m / 961 yds.
Summer Meadow is the second pattern in the 2018 Shawl Club.
If you’ve already joined the club, you have received an email with a download link to access the pattern. You can also find the pattern in your Ravelry library under 2018 Woolenberry Shawl Club (instead of the single pattern for Summer Meadow).
If you’re not a member yet, you can still join! You’ll get immediate access to Summer Meadow and the previously released pattern, Spring Bloom. The other two remaining Shawl Club patterns will arrive to your inbox as soon as they are released later this year.
2018 Shawl Club
The 2018 Shawl Club includes 4 beautiful shawl patterns inspired by the changing seasons, released one by one during 2018. All these patterns remain exclusive to the club until late 2018.
- 4 beautiful new shawl patterns inspired by the changing seasons
- All patterns remain exclusive to the club until late 2018
- Patterns released one by one during the year
- Join at any time
A relaxing knit with a contemporary look, Summer Meadow is the perfect project for lazy summer days in the garden. Big and floaty, this shawl is an absolute beauty with its delicate details and breathtaking lightness.
Summer Meadow combines garter stitch with a beautifully textured eyelet pattern. Small eyelets are sprinkled along stockinette stitch and framed with petite garter ridges to add textural interest. The shawl is worked diagonally from one tip to the opposite side of the triangle, creating a large but lightweight wrap with wonderful drape. The asymmetric shape is fun to knit and easy to wear in numerous ways.