When You Wish Upon A Wind Shawl designed by Eri Shimizu
CHF 144.00 Incl. VAT
When You Wish Upon A Wind Shawl by Eri Shimizu is a beautiful shawl from the Amirisu book Nomadknits, which you can purchase here. It is 81 1⁄4” inches/ 206 cm long and 11 3⁄4” inches/ 30 cm wide.
It uses diagonal stitch patterns that worked with German Short Row, and fringes created by colourwork and Loop Stitch are added so that they zigzag across the piece.
The shawl uses four skeins of So Soft Yak and Sartuul yarn and two skeins in different colours of our Smooth Sartuul sheep Light-fingering weight yarn. Here are the available colours as in the photo: So Soft Yak and Sartuul: Rainbow Yaka 4 skeins, CC1: Rusty Sheep 1 skein, CC2: Drama at Scala 1 skein. And, of course, you can decide your own colours; check for So Soft Yak and Sartuul here and for our Smooth Sartuul sheep here
The kit contains the wool in our So Soft Yak and Sartuul yarn and two skeins of Sartuul light-fingering weight
The Shawl is made in our So soft Yak, and Sartuul yarn comes from the Yaks living in the Arkhangai province, and our sartuul wool is from Zavhkan in Mongolia. Nomads selected the most delicate fibres, washing and carding them before hand-spun by women in Nepal.
When you receive your yarn, look at the square label to see who spun it!
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