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Introducing: Lacy Chevron Shawl

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The Lacy Chevron Shawl is worked flat and on a bias from its top corner which helps it drape beautifully. The shawl features a top edge of shell clusters and treble crochet offset filet net stitches arranged in a lacy chevron pattern. The shawl in the photos was made from an entire skein of Berry Squishy (438 yards) in the colorway I Dream of Mermaids. You can also use one skein of Squish Wish Sock (463 yards) if you prefer. The pattern is available on Ravelry here.

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New Colorways Available on Squish Wish Sock

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Next Stop Willoughby (top) and Cenote (bottom) colorways are now available on Squish Wish sock. Next Stop Willoughby  Cenote

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Meet Our Two NEW Colorways!

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We have two new colorways which have just been added to the shop:   Red Skies (shown on Berry Squishy 4 ply sock) I Dream of Mermaids (shown on Berry Squishy 4 ply sock)  

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Introducing: Offset Mesh Shawl

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  This asymmetrical mesh lace shawl features a row of crochet shell clusters at its top edge and offset filet mesh for the rest of its body. It’s worked from the top corner down. The shawl in the photos was made from an entire skein of Squish Wish Sock (463 yards) by Dye is Cast Yarns in the colorway Antique Mystique. The pattern is available on Ravelry here.

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Introducing: Dragontail

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    This rectangular garter stitch scarf with mesh lace edging is knit sideways without the need for short rows. Its emerging points remind me of the scales on a dragon’s tail. :) The scarf in the photo was made from one entire skein of Berry Squishy from Dye is Cast Yarns in the colorway Urban Jungle. It measures approximately 50" in length and 9" wide. You just need to know how to knit (k) stitches, knit two stitches together (k2tog) and work yarn overs (yo) in order to make it. The pattern is available on Ravelry here.

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