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Ocean in the Moonlight, a Knitting Pattern by Christine Long Derks, the TreasureGoddess!

Ocean in the Moonlight Shawl is a lovely knitting pattern with a simple pattern repeat that is unbelievably GORGEOUS in a hand dyed semi solid lace yarn. Recommended yarn is TreasureGoddess Silk Treasures Lace Yarn, which has superfine merino and silk. Try to use something with silk or bamboo as that gives luscious drape!

This shawl is light and floaty yet quite warm. Perfect for throwing over your shoulders in summer air conditioning or for wrapping for warmth in the fall/winter too!

The pattern reminds me of patterns of the moonlight on the ocean waters, shimmery and fluid.

Pattern is knit with simple lace stitches, knit, purl, YO, k2tog, SSK. Every even row is a simple purl back.

Treasure Yourself or make this lovely shawl for a gift! Happy Creating!

This listing is for the PATTERN ONLY, not finished item.

Yarn requirements:
850-875 yards lace weight yarn
OR ONE skein of Treasure Goddess Silk Treasures Lace Yarn (100 grams, 800 meters/875 yards, 80% superfine merino wool, 20% silk).

Colorways in photographs is Pieces of Eight (silver gray)

Needle size: US 6 (4 metric).

A pdf pattern will be available for download after payment is complete.

This design is copyrighted by Christine Long Derks 2016. :)

I'm available for pattern support via etsy convo's or by email.

Thanks so much for looking and happy crafting!

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Items are photographed as accurately as possible, but there may be some discrepancies between color monitors on computers. I try my best to describe my creations accurately.

I want happy buyers! Please let me know asap if there's an issue. I'll issue a credit or refund for the item within reason. The item needs to be in an unused status, yarn still skeined, fiber not predrafted, etc.

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