Now that all my Warm & Woolly knits are done, I can focus on the upcoming shawl pattern I’m working on with Brooklyn Tweed Loft. This shawl is called Comfort Zone and it’s such a relaxing knit. I’m enjoying it very much at the moment. I wanted to create a pattern that is stress-free and enjoyable to knit. Something that lets me stay in my comfort zone.
It’s an asymmetric triangle with an eyelet square pattern that reminds me of dominoes. The simple pattern will highlight the yarn you choose to use.
You can have Comfort Zone on your needles in January, after all the gift knitting is done and you want to indulge in some selfish knitting for a change. The pattern calls for three skeins of fingering weight Brooklyn Tweed Loft, but it works well with other weights and yardages, too. So it’ll be a great stash bust project!
I’m going to go and make another cup of tea and then knit some more. I’ll keep you updated on my progress. Sign up to Woolenberry e-letter to stay in the loop.