Thursday, December 2, 2010

SunRays Shrug/Shawl Pattern is Up!
My first garment pattern debuts!
SunRays is gorgeous shawl that easily converts to a shrug.
Its figured fabric is formed by a uniquely beautiful blend of
crocheted fans and clusters which shape, texture and define the garment.
It can be buttoned for a close embrace or unbound, will grace shoulders, warm laps, or wrap your neck.
SunRays offers a flattering shape for all body types.
This is an intermediate level pattern.

1.Shown in Knit Picks Gloss HW
2. Other KP yarns you think will work equally well
City Tweed HW
Andean Silk
3. Garment, Shrug, Shawl
I was enamored of this stitch pattern I created and used first as a neckwarmer and decided it would look wonderful as a shrug.
4. Very simple construction: the only sewing is of the buttons

Heavy Worsted Weight yarn
(Shown in KnitPicks Gloss HW (70% Merino wool, 30% silk)
(164 yds/150 m/100 g/3.5 oz) in color Masala
Large: 762 yds/697m/465 g/16.4 oz approx. 5 balls
Medium: 635 yds/581 m/387 g/14 oz approx. 4 balls
Small: 508 yds/ 465 m/309 g/11 oz approx. 4 balls


Size L /8 mm Crochet hook
Yarn/Tapestry needle
Optional: 8 buttons
Finished Dimensions
Large (40- 44 chest): 5.5’ x 31” (1.7 meters x 79 cm)
Medium (36-38 chest): 5.5’ x 26” (1.7 meters x 66 cm)
Small (32-34 chest): 5.5’ x 21” (1.7 meters x 53 cm)


Fan = 3.5” (width) x 2” (height)

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