Sea Holly

I completely forgot to blog about July’s entry into The Changing Seasons ebook.

This is Sea Holly, a triangular shawl knit from the top down incorporating small cables and lace.

Inspired by the spikey leaves and curly flowers of the Sea Holly plants that are so prevalent amongst the sand dunes near where I live.

This shawl is knit in 4ply / fingering weight yarn, although you could use a lighter or heavier weight if preferred. I chose Rainbow Heirloom merino light, a 100% merino 4ply yarn for my shawl.

Size is completely customisable, my shawl measures 76″ wide x 30″ at deepest point (193x76cm) and used slightly less than 200g of yarn.

If you’d like to knit your own Sea Holly you can purchase the pattern on Ravelry here, on LoveCrafts here or on Payhip here.

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