Bright Tomorrow by Boo Knits
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Bright Tomorrow

Knitting
July 2016
Lace ?
17 stitches = 4 inches
in body pattern worked using the smaller needles, after blocking
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
766 yards (700 m)
one size, can be adapted
This pattern is available for $6.00 USD buy it now

100% of the proceeds from this pattern are donated to a big cause.

By purchasing this pattern or Sight is Life e-book, you help blind people in Congo DR to see again. A doctor working there, in the poorest country in the world, restores sight for hundreds of people. Check this group to see how the donated income will be used: Sight is Life project.

The Knit-A-Long for this shawl is going in BOO! Knits group.


Bright Tomorrow is the second pattern from the Sight is Life e-book. It will contain 7 patterns by different designers and Mystery KAL for a shawl designed by 7 designers together. And all the income will be donated to heal people in need in Congo DR. Join Sight is Life group on Ravelry for more information and updates.


Size Options: The size as written using Dye for Yarn Tussah Silk Lace – and measures 21.5 inches (55 cm) deep and 89 inches (226 cm) wide after thuggish blocking.

Yarn: The original was knit using three different colours of Dye for Yarn Tussah Silk Lace (700m/100g), 45 g of Yarn A, 31 g of Yarn B, and 18 g of Yarn C.

Any lace weight yarn will be good for this pattern (the same fibre/weight in each of the yarns would work best). You might need to change your needle size for very fine yarns and work more repeats of the main pattern – yardage and bead requirements will alter.

Beads: Just under 400 Matsuno, Miyuki Size 6 Seed Beads or Miyuki Size 5 Triangle Beads.

Instructions: This pattern includes charts and full written instructions with bead placement shown clearly in both sets of directions.

Patterns already set up by KnitCompanion can be purchased, in the KnitCompanion Store, for knitters who like to use KnitCompanion, but prefer to have their charts already set up.