Oyster Bar by Tatyana Grigoryan

Oyster Bar

Knitting
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
0 stitches = 4 inches
in any gauge will do
US 7 - 4.5 mm
10 - 20 yards (9 - 18 m)
One Size
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This pattern is a quick, beginner-friendly project. It takes approximately one hour to complete a single oyster.
Using size US 7 (4.5 mm) needles produces a little mollusk that measures 3.5” high. However, any size needles can be used for scaling, so long as the size is appropriate for your selected yarn.

GAUGE:
Different size needles and yarn can be substituted. Gauge is not important so long as there is consistency between yarn weights. The outer shell should be worked with a heavier yarn to achieve tight, bulky fabric. The inner shell should be worked using a lighter weight yarn to create a more gauzy, delicate fabric.

MATERIALS:
Aran or Bulky weight yarn for OUTER SHELL
DK or light worsted weight for INNER SHELL
Worsted weight for MEAT
Eye shadow in shades of brown (optional)

To make the citrus, refer to the free LEMON WEDGE pattern listed in the Roving and Mirth pattern shop on Ravelry.

NOTIONS:
Size US 7 (4.5mm) needles
Embroidery needle
Eyeshadow brush

SKILLS:
Basic knitting technique, with simple increases, decreases, and seaming. The majority of the project is knitted flat, with a small portion suitable for knitting in the round.