Today, we share 3 amazing shawl projects that we've spotted on Ravelry using our yarns. We're so happy that each Raveler was willing to share their beautiful FO's with us and hope they inspire you to start your own!
Luvmypip chose 3 colors of Himalayan Summit from our Autumn Spices palette to knit this stunner! Just one skein each of Cinnamon, Curry, and Oregano was enough to knit the Fog Smoke and Fog shawl pattern by Stella Egidi.
We love how Bi0chemcrazy transformed the popular Citron shawl by Hilary Smith Callis by substituting our Tibetan Dream sock yarn in a gradient colorway dyed for us by Modeknit Yarn. The pattern originally calls for lace weight yarn and appears in the Winter 2009 issue of Knitty.Ull2tova used our yak and bamboo yarn, Lhasa Wilderness, to make the Knitter's DNA shawl by Martina Behm. The pattern is actually written for fingering weight yarn, but we're guessing that this sport weight version is every bit as delightful as the lighter weight original!
We have a few holiday updates to share with you this week: first, we added an extremely limited edition holiday color to our shop - so limited, in fact, that we had have already sold out of Yuletide! Don't worry, if you missed out, we'll be creating another winter-inspired limited edition colorway to release in the new year. We recommend following us on Facebook or Instagram to stay updated on shop news. We have also restocked many colors of Himalayan Summit and added skeins of Natural Cream to our online shop - perfect for mixing and matching with all of our hand dyed options!
Our holiday sale is in its final week, and we have a gift for YOU this time around! In addition to free shipping on all US orders, we'll also be including free project kits (shown above) with qualifying orders. Now is a great time to stock up on yarn for the new year - click here for more details about this week's special offer!