Yeats is the first of the Seven Sonnets, a collection of shawls and shawlettes in some very delicious hand-dyed yarns. I’ll have a preview of some of the upcoming yarns later this week. But first we showcase Soy Beautiful, hand-dyed by Our Humble Castle. Soy Beautiful is something else. It’s actually hard to describe, but it’s a lovely mix of squishy and shiny, but it has body to it also. Sounds like a hair commercial, doesn’t it?
Yeats is worked from side-to-side with garter stitch short-row sections giving the shawlette it’s crescent shape. The lace panels in between have garter elements that bring it all together. And the edging that runs along the bottom of the lace sections also borders the garter sections also.
Yeats is available as either a single pattern for $6.00 or as part of the pre-order of the entire collection for $21.95. There are seven patterns in the collection and one will be released on the first of the month until January 1st, 2013. That’s only $3.14 per pattern. Hey they are pi patterns!!! Nevermind. Math joke. Move along. Nothing to see here.
So head over to Our Humble Castle and get yourself some Soy Beautiful for your Yeats – Sarah-Ashley has stocked up in the Ink colorway which is actually perfect to throw on with jeans and a white cami or tee – just a little something to keep the chill off your shoulders.
Needles: Size 6 needles (4.0 mm)
Yarn: Soy Beautiful from Our Humble Castle in the Ink Colorway, 378 yards to 115 grams
Gauge: 18 stitches and 24rows = 4 inches in blocked garter
Sizes: Sample measures 16″ deep and 70″ wide
Yeats is available to purchase for $6.00 USD
Or as part of the pre-order for the Seven Sonnets collection for $21.95 USD