Remember "The Secret Garden" and just how lovely an awakening garden can be, as you knit this iconic cabled shawl.
I am delighted to restock my beautiful Secret Garden kit featuring the Secret Garden pattern from Alana Dakos. The kit has the original "Misselthwaite Manor" grey yarn created by Western Sky Knits for the design. It's a soft-as-baby-kittens merino-cashmere-nylon yarn that knits up beautifully in this cabled and textured design.
- Secret Garden shawl pattern: You will receive a professionally printed copy of the pattern in your kit, with a Ravelry code to add it to your library. You will also receive an immediate PDF download of our shop version of the pattern, which has additional supports such as written directions (the printed pattern has charts only) and stitch counts. The pattern requires intermediate level knitting skill, but is also within the skill range of an adventurous beginner.
- Two skeins of Western Sky Knits hand-dyed Magnolia Sock yarn in the exclusive Misselthwaite Manor colorway, developed just for this shawl.
Hand-dyed by Western Sky Knits
Misselthwaite Manor colorway
Approximately 378 yards | 4 ounces
80% merino, 10% cashmere, 10% nylon
- A set of Secret Garden-themed stitch markers
- A handmade ceramic button by Melissa Jean Buttons, which is an optional addition to the shawl, and was created for this kit to coordinate with the color and design.
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