Afresh by Laura Nelkin

Afresh

Knitting
September 2019
Lace ?
20 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch, UNBLOCKED
US 5 - 3.75 mm
975 yards (892 m)
90 inches [228 cm] long by 30 inches [76 cm] wide
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This pattern is available for $8.00.

Afresh is an exclusive pattern for the 3rd and last kit of 2019’s N Club! It uses an extra large cone of Julie Asselin’s Nurtured Fine, milled exclusively for us!

2019’s N Club is sold out for this year… but sign up’s for 2020’s club are OPEN NOW!!
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Afresh, a new way of looking at a shawl that will stay put! Knit with Julie Asselin’s GORGEOUS soft and wooly Nurtured Fine, milled in an exclusive colorway that evokes a day at Cayuga Lake.

The shawl starts with a long “tab”, it then starts to grow into a boomerang shape. One row buttonholes are worked throughout the body to create depth on a garter stitch ground. Finally a beaded chevron border is worked. The tab then can be used to weave in and out of the holes to help keep your shawl in place.
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A KAL for this pattern is “on” for 2019 N Club Members in our Ravelry group.

The pattern for Afresh is only available to 2019 N Club members and will be released to the public in September of 2020.

Yarn I Used
Julie Asselin, Nurtured Fine; (100% Fine Wool (Rambouillet+Targhee+Merino); 975 yd 890 m/ 5oz 140 g); Lavaura

Materials
US Size 5 (3.75 mm) 24-inch or longer circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
Tapestry needle
Digital scale (optional but super helpful!)

Optional
Approx. 15 grams Size 6/0 glass seed beads
Tool for placing beads- super floss, .75-1 mm steel crochet hook, or a Beadle Needle

Note to N-Club members: the yarn label has a typo, it is 975 yards and 890 meters, not 890 yards and 975 meters.