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Lehua Shawl back colorway Fire

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SKEINO’s LEHUA SHAWL (ley-hoo-ah) is named after the Ohia Lehua Tree in Hawaii. The usually red, salmon, pink or yellow flower is the official flower of the Big Island.
The shawl is a great beginners piece to learn how to knit with different yarns. This easy side-to-side design will allow you to knit a triangle shawl without having the fear to run out of yarn. Constant one stitch increases will let the shawl grow to its final size. The project uses 7 different yarns, one skein containing 6 yarns and one skein as a base yarn. The simple Garter Stitch will let the different textures shine. The easy yarn changes create fringes on one side. It is optional to use leftover yarn to add fringes to the other side for a symmetric look.
The handpainted yarn will not pool or zigzag because of the constant increases. This knitting kit comes in beautiful colorways and they are all one of a kind. Find your favorite color before they are gone.

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Lehua Shawl Pattern
Finished Size Length 32”, Width 60”
Size one size
Needle Size US (mm) 7 US (4.5 mm) circular 40 inches long
Yarn Weight Double Knit Weight
Kit Contents one skein Parma Yarn 270 yards / 3.5 oz. and one 6-Yarn skein, 518 yards / 4 oz., total of 786 yards / 11.5 oz., printed pattern and a SKEINO project bag
Fibers Merino / Baby Alpaca / Silk / Mohair / Nylon / Lurex
Care Color and light fast, hand wash, air dry flat
Skill Level Beginners
Superwash No
Gauge 18 sts and 36 rows = 4 x 4 inches (10x10 cm)
Country of Manufacture United States
Keep in mind that the actual colors may differ based upon the color settings of your computer monitor screen. IMPORTANT: Make sure to order enough yarn to complete your project! Vendors do their best to repeat colorways. Your order will ship in approximately 2-3 business days.

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