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  • High Cotton

    July 29, 2011 1 min read

     Robinette brought in this lovely shawl her friend MaryPat had knitted for her.  It's the size and shape of a pashmina worked in half linen stitch on a large needle.  MaryPat's used a beautifully soft palette of pale neutrals with a sort of Southwestern feel.  She combined lots of different fibers, from cottton to Kid Silk Haze, and through in a few rows of sequins for a bit of subtle drama. It's a really spectacular piece.

     Here's a closeup.  You may have enough lightweight yarns in your stash already to work this wrap.  It think MaryPat used probably 25 different yarns to achieve her elegant palette.  I've already pulled a variety of fibers for my very own wrap. I think I'll call it "High Cotton" in honor of MaryPat! 

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