Staggered Ferns -- Kits in Urth Monokrom Fingering

Price: $52.00
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Irina's original, with fringe (optional).
Irina's original, with fringe (optional).

Delightful!

By Irina Eberhardt, this Staggered Ferns pattern takes full advantage of the gorgeous yarn and plays with lace designs in a most beautiful way. 

The Design

Here is what Irina writes:

STAGGERED FERNS - an asymmetrical triangular shawl, knitted from side to side. The decreased stitches are placed apart from yo’s and form corded ribs that are gently curved to right. Yarn over pattern makes simple fern. Multiple repeats of the gauge 10 sts x 10 rows creates staggered pattern.

Easy to memorize: after couple repeats it allows to distant yourself from the written pattern.

The shawl could be ended after any 10 rows repeat. So, if you have just one skein of yarn around 400 yards, make a little shawlette, or good size shawl 75 inch x 22 inch with 2 skeins.
Fringes could be added to the taste of the knitter.

The Yarn and Colorway

I didn't think I could improve on Irina's selection and since we could get it, well we brought in the exact yarn and colorway that she used in her original. 

The yarn is from Urth Yarns and is their Monokrom Fingering.  I quote here: "Authentic in its simplicity.  This high definition merino... will add depth to your project."

Each skein is composed of 100% extrafine merino, machine washable, with 435 yards (400m) per 100g.

The color is dyed in an almost-solid to create intriguing changes in depth as you knit -- and as you see in the photos on this page.

This colorway is called simply #3056, and is a rich tonal blue, simply delicious. 

Two skeins will make up your kit so you can make the full-sized wrap shown here.  If you decide you'd prefer a smaller piece, let me know and we'll work out a single-skein kit for you. 

The Pattern

The kit does not automatically include the pattern, nor has its cost been factored in.  We offer three ways to get it. 

Many knitters like to get theirs directly as a PDF file of the pattern from Irina via her Ravelry web page. Then you will automatically get any updates and also have a copy saved in your Rav library.  If you decide to go this route, set the Pattern drop-down menu to "No Pattern Needed." 

However, if you decide that you would like a printed copy, we can do that.  Please make sure the drop-down menu is set to that.

We also can email the pattern to you ourselves (please be aware that it is not automatic; I have to manually send it to you and generally do that right before shipping your kit).

Just make sure that drop-down menu is set as you would like before you check out.

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