Rhodonite by Hunter Hammersen

Rhodonite

Knitting
November 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
24 stitches = 4 inches
in pattern as charted (though please note, gauge is flexible)
400 - 800 yards (366 - 732 m)
Totally flexible, keep knitting until you reach the size you like best! Shown here with a 44 inch wingspan and using 475 yards of yarn.
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In July of 2022, I took down all my patterns. A tiny handful are destined to return, most are not.

I’m still releasing new patterns (along with other fun projects). I just want to focus my time and energy on making new things rather than on maintaining a back catalog of hundreds of older patterns. But there are lots of new things planned, and I’m excited to share them with you!

If you want to follow along with what comes next or read a little more about why I made this change (and the nifty things that happened along the way), you can do that here.

And don’t worry, if you had the pattern in your ravelry library before it went away, it will still be there. It’s always a good idea to keep backups on your own computer (websites don’t last forever), but nothing I can do can take anything out of your library (and I wouldn’t even if I could). Taking the patterns down just means no on else can buy them.




Curls are marvelously flexible, wearable wraps that work with any weight of yarn, can be knit at any gauge, and look beautiful at any size.

Knit them small and wear them as a cowl. Keep going to make a scarf. Do a bit more, and you’ve got a shawl. They form a wonderfully curved shape that drapes beautifully around your neck and shoulders and can be worn in lots of different ways.

You can see several Curls laid out flat in the picture at the left (though please note the picture shows several of the patterns in the book, and the precise shape of the pieces differs slightly from pattern to pattern). And you can see some of the variety of ways to wear your Curl in the collage picture of all the patterns in the book. They really are marvelously versatile!