Dotted Ray shawl kit
Dotted Ray shawl kit
Dotted Ray shawl kit
Dotted Ray shawl kit
Dotted Ray shawl kit
Dotted Ray shawl kit

Dotted Ray shawl kit

Regular price $140.00

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This arched shawl begins at the center with only a few stitches while yarn over increases quickly expand the shape. Garter stitch short row wedges add length to one side forming rays that gradually increase in size. The repetitive knit stitches and rhythmic short rows are easy to work while still keeping your interest, a perfect travel project! Built in I-cord edges and an I-cord bind off outline the entire shape for a clean finish. 

This kit includes enough of the main colourway Nightfall (on Lavish MCN or Divine sock) and contrasting colour Acorns (on Dreamy Mohair) to knit the shawl in your chosen size (with extra yarn to make sure you have enough to knit a swatch).

Small - 3 skeins of Nightfall and 2 skeins of Acorns

Large - 4 skeins of Nightfall and 3 skeins of Acorns

This is a preorder, dyed especially for you and can take up to 3 weeks to be dyed and shipped.

Please note that the Dotted ray shawl by Stephen West isn't included in this kit. You can purchase it here.

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Lavish MCN fing. : 80% SW Merino - 10% Cashmere - 10% Nylon, 4-ply, 383 yds/100g

Divine sock : 85% SW Merino - 15% Nylon, fingering weight, 4-ply, 437 yds/100g

Dreamy Mohair : 72% Superkid Mohair - 28% Mulberry silk, lace weight, 459 yds/50g


For more details about the yarn bases click here.

Fall for November yarns are dyed in small batches. Some variations will occur from one skein to another and between batches. If a project requires more than one skein, alternating them every couple of rows is recommended to ensure consistency.

All skeins are rinsed to remove excess dye, however some bleeding may still occur with the first few washes, which is perfectly normal, especially with saturated colours. Hand wash finish items in cool water, using a gentle no-rinse wool wash. Lay flat to dry.

Every effort is taken to ensure that the photos are as accurate as possible. However, some monitors or devices may represent colors differently. Keep in mind that the pictures are a representation of the colourway.