Hand dyed yarn and knitting pattern set - Party Popper Shawl in Superwash Merino/Nylon sock yarn.
Hand dyed yarn and knitting pattern set - Party Popper Shawl in Superwash Merino/Nylon sock yarn.
Hand dyed yarn and knitting pattern set - Party Popper Shawl in Superwash Merino/Nylon sock yarn.
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Hand dyed yarn and knitting pattern set - Party Popper Shawl in Superwash Merino/Nylon sock yarn.

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This set contains a professionally printed pattern and yarn in moss green for the main colour (425m/100g), and gold and red for the contrast colours (212m/50g each), for the Party Popper shawl, by MonsterKnits - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/party-popper-2
The yarn in this set is 75% superwash merino/25% nylon sock/fingering/4ply weight yarn.

For my sample (third picture) I used the same standard sw merino/nylon sock yarn at 425m/100g, and had plenty left over in each colour - perfect for knitting into other projects, such as heels and toes of socks.

Suggested needles (not supplied) are; US4/3.5mm, and US6/4mm for the bind off. Gauge isn't crucial, but will affect the finished size and yarn requirements.

If you would like to purchase a set with this pattern and your own choice of colours please use the contact page to get in touch with your ideas.  I am also happy to dye yarn for a patterns you already have.

All yarns are dyed using acid dyes.
For best results your finished project should be hand washed gently, in cold water, and laid flat to dry.
Colours are represented as best I can, but please remember that all monitors are different.
All yarns are hand dyed and therefore no two skeins are exactly the same.