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I’m delighted to announce the release of my Succulent Shawl pattern!
You can find my Ravelry project page here.
Many years ago my sister asked for a couple of succulent plants for her Birthday. I obliged and found some interested looking plants for her.
A few weeks later I bought my own. One commonly known as a jade tree or money tree, and the other a spiky type of aloe.
Very easy to care for, the jade tree only 2 years later is absolutely huge! It has outgrown my deepest windowsill and I’m not sure where to go next. The aloe, also keeping very well. Oh, and I habe many many more succulents now filling the windowsills.
This pattern is inspired by the basic shape of that very young aloe, with its three spikes.
2 x 100g skein of fingering weight yarn (2 x 400m)
1 x 4.00mm circular knitting needle (UK8/US6)
1 x darning needle
109cm at widest point x 60cm at deepest point.
Knit & purl
Increases & decreases
One larger increase
~Requires the ability to read your knitting to identify a knit two together (k2tog) stitch~
Even better, as a celebration of releasing a new pattern, the first 500 downloads will be free. The pattern is available on Ravelry only. No coupon code needed. Once 500(ish) people have the pattern it will change to 3.50GBP.
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