6 shawls over 12 months This year, I’m writing a love story.
It’s a novel that takes place in tenth century Iceland--a place of rugged danger and breathtaking beauty. A world where Norse gods are real and women’s dyepots overflow with lichens and birch leaves. I recently traveled to Iceland to visit thousand-year-old farms and black volcanic landscapes.
Along the way, I started collecting ideas for shawls, stoles and scarves that are inspired by my fictional Icelandic farm and the romantic story that takes place there. I’m designing them slowly throughout the year and putting them into a collection.
Six shawls and wraps will be added over the course of a year.
You can buy the collection now, and it will be updated periodically. Each pattern can be bought separately, but if you subscribe to the collection you get a deep discount off of the regular price of $5 to $6 each.
In summer 2013, I’ll publish Grashus, a long crescent shawl based on the reconstructed longhouse I visited
In fall, I plan to publish Betta, a triangular shawl with cables that flow together up the center spine