This versatile shrug can be knit to any size as it works off of one simple-to-take measurement from which the rest of its size flows. It can be worn in multiple ways as shown in the picture. The sample in the picture is knit using the multiple colour-way called "Dancing into Danger" using Trinity Twist Sport-weight.
The pattern is suitable for intermediate knitters. As all patterns on this website, you will receive this pattern as an email with a download link that leads to a PDF download.
When using Trinity Twist, he shrug is knit using a 3.75mm circular needle of 24 in.
About the yarn:
Trinity Twist is a squishy, high-twist sport-weight yarn with some added nylon to make it super hard-wearing. Ideal yarn for wellie-socks, but also lovely for garments.
The new colours are all dyed by the talented Sharon, from FiveMoons yarns. They are gorgeous!!!
60% Bluefaced Leicester
Running length: 260 m per 100 gr hank
Hand-dyed, so please ensure you order enough yarn for your project as there may be some colour variation between one batch and the next.
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