Looking for the perfect gift for a knitter or for you? This asymmetrical shawl was inspired by my muscovy ducks' footprints in the snow! Cute duck foot prints waddle their way up the straight edge of the shawl, while stockinette and garter stitch ridges grow across the shawl. This means when worn, the adorable duck prints will be visible along the edge! SO cute!
You get to choose the color combo you'd love best!
Turquoise & Orange = Mermaid's Curse main color with Lusty Wench orange contrast.
Natural Gray & Orange = Sandy Shores taupe/gray with Lusty Wench orange contrast.
Treasured Yak Toes Sock Yarn is a delight to knit with! Saturated colors hand dyed by me give real depth when knit up.
Treasured Yak Toes Sock Yarn - 70% superwash merino wool, 20% yak, 10% nylon, 1092 total yards
TWO full skeins main color, each 100 grams / 400 meters / 437 yards
ONE half skein accent color, 50 grams / 200 meters / 218 yards
FREE download code for Duck Pond Shawl Pattern ($7 value)
ONE stitch marker
ONE pirate sheep temporary tattoo
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
40 inch circular knitting needles Size US 4 (3.5 mm), or size necessary to obtain gauge
Adventurous beginner to expert knitters. Pattern has BOTH written AND charted instructions!
I posted a few pictures of my adorable muscovy ducks' footprints in the snow last winter. These ducks do not migrate, but live year round at our homestead. They can fly, but their favorite thing to do is wander back and forth from our barn to the pond. A designer friend of mine, Ellen from The Chilly Dog, decided these cute duck prints HAD to become a shawl! Next thing you know, we collaborated with her design skills and my luxury hand dyed yarn to bring THE BEST COMBINATION OF YARN & PATTERN IN THE HISTORY OF TIME (or at least that's what I think)!
This listing is for ONE KIT of the Duck Pond Shawl. Completed shawl pictures are to show you the design all knit up. One kit makes a beautiful shawl! Colors on all monitors/phones are different, I've done my best to capture the colors.Duck Pond Shawl pattern was inspired by my muscovy ducks' footprints in the snow! Such characters with their own kind of beauty. They love nothing better than wandering across the homestead to the duck pond.