I was so excited when Aleatha from Renegade Yarn Co. and I started talking about collaborating together before the holidays. I can’t tell you how excited I was when I received the yarn in the mail. It was yarn heaven when I started designing the Southern Diamonds Asymmetrical Shawl.
The gradient color changes are amazing and when you combine that with a superwash merino wool blend, you get an amazing design with perfect stitch definition that deserved the Southern Diamonds stitch pattern. To get an idea of the stitch pattern, you can see the collection of other patterns HERE.
To receive The Southern Diamonds Asymmetrical Shawl you can go to my Etsy shop HERE and get the PDF pattern!
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Sandra Jones says
Wish I could get a look at what stitch it is please. If I can’t do it then I won’t order it. Love the colours you have used.
Kathy Lashley says
I have an entire series of patterns using this stitch. If you look at the menu bar, look under Crochet-Alongs, and you’ll see the Southern Diamonds.
All of those patterns were designed with the same stitch pattern. It is V-stats and Shells.
I can add the schematic for the shape of the pattern once I get home from work this afternoon.
Thank you for the discount on your beautiful shawl!
I wish there was a picture of the shawl lying or held flat so we could see the overall shape. ‘Asymmetrical’ can mean a lot of things. If it were a free pattern, I could read the instructions to get a better idea of the shape, but obviously with a paid pattern, I can’t. And I don’t want to buy a pattern only to discover it’s not a shape I would wear, or want to work.
I’ve purchased the pattern. Can’t wait. Thank you
Ana Luisa says
Lovely! The yarn looks grogeous, well done. 🙂