ON SALE! 15% OFF THROUGH DEC 1!
You pick the three colors you love (think HIGH CONTRAST) and we’ll kit this up and send it off to you right away!
The Brahmin Moth is a beautiful creature, full of lines and circles and color juxtapositions that you can almost feel.
I’ve worked on this pattern for months, and now it’s been released to the wild! Fly, little pattern, fly!
The kit is
$62, $52 Through Dec 1 which is a nice discount on the yarn PLUS you get a copy of the pattern (a $5 value!) That’s only ONE DOLLAR for every week in the year!
How can you beat that?
The Brahmin Moth Shawl is definitely not an EASY knit, it takes concentration and a certain dedication to following the pattern. But it’s well worth it.
The pattern involves mitering, slipped stitches and picking up stitches, which makes it an Intermediate pattern. And an adventure!
Worked as a series of large mitered squares nested on a slip-stitch edge, on small (3.25mm) needles this creates a tight, angled scarf. On larger (3.75mm) needles it can be a lovely draping shawl.
Finished Measurements: 76”/193cm wide x 10”/25.5cm deep
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Fiber: ModeKnit Yarn, ModeWerk Fingering,
(386yds /352m 3.5oz /100gr) per skein
Yarn A – Pearl, 1 ball
Yarn B – Drogon, 1ball
Yarn C – Daryl Dixon, 1ball
Needle: 3 US/3.25mm 36” Circular
Gauge: 24sts x 48 rows = 4”/10cm in Garter St using
Notions: Waste yarn for catching edge sts (optional)
Darning needle, 2 stitch markers.