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Brambly Hedge Shawl Design

For my next design I have taken inspiration from a truly gorgeous set of illustrations called Brambly Hedge.  I specifically chosen the Autumn book as my inspiration.

The yarn I am using for this design is by Fyberspates and it is called Vivacious DK my colourway is Tweed Imps. The design itself is a memorable and effective textured pattern that produces the warmest accessory.

It can be worn as a shawl to keep both shoulders and back warm. Or worn as a bandana to keep your neck lovely and warm.

With the use of the eyelet stitching a shawl pin can be used as a lovely embellishment to secure the shawl in place.  This particular shawl pin is from Textile Garden.
The pattern can be purchased directly from my pattern store on Ravelry. Please do enjoy and I look forward to seeing many Brambly Hedge Shawls.

Brioche scarf

Hot of the heels of the Ripple blanket. I made for my son I grapped the opportunity to make him a scarf when he asked for it.
So just before the festive period of Christmas we headed to our local yarn shop where he picked a lovely 100% wool and UK based yarn by Sublime yarns.
The pattern was from Mollie Makes Issue 59 by Anne Well
Once you got into the rhythm of the Brioche stitch it was such a lovely stitch.

Here's to a new year and more productivity and knitting.