For those skeins that you just can’t seem to find anything to do with, just go ahead and grab your needles and get knitting!
The Bad Nut Shawl uses simple knits and purls and short-rowing to give a nice, asymmetrical crescent that is finished off with a nice garter stitch detail!
This pattern was designed for the FAB StevenBe shop in Minneapolis, MN. It was designed to be part of the 2016 MN Yarn Shop Hop and used the shop exclusive color way, Candy is Dandy!
For more info about this ultra FAB shop, check out this link and “Be Inspired”
LINK: StevenBe Yarn Shop
Size: SMALL / LARGE
Recommended yarn: SMALL: One color of fingering weight yarn in semi-solid/tonal/variegated, etc. LARGE: One color of DK/Worsted weight yarn in semi-solid/tonal/variegated, etc. Sample in photo is the large version and uses 2 skeins of Republic of Wool DK (100% SW Merino/250 yd/ 229 m) in the color way Candy is Dandy – the 2016 MN Yarn Shop Hop exclusive colorway for StevenBe in Minneapolis, MN.
Yardage: SMALL: 400 yd/ 366 m; LARGE: 500 yd/ 457 m
Needles: SMALL: One 32” US size 7 / 4.5 mm circular needle; LARGE: One 32”US size 9/5.5 mm circular needle
Gauge: SMALL: 5 sts to the inch in garter stitch on US size 7 / 4.5 mm needles; LARGE: 4 sts to the inch in garter stitch on US size 9/5.5 mm needles.
Notions: stitch markers, tapestry needle, scissors
Many thanks to the awesome staff at StevenBe for their awesomeness!!!