Tunisian Diamonds Crochet Shawl Yarn Pack
This stunner features a 150g cake of our Impressionist yarn in the colorway Happy Happy Joy Joy. A perfect diamond pattern shines in this Tunisian crocheted shawl.
From the designer: "A symmetrically shaped shawl with an asymmetric color layout.
This shawl can be done by anyone with a basic knowledge of Tunisian crochet techniques. Worked side to side in Tunisian Double Crochet Stitch, the piece starts at a top corner and finishes at the opposite straight edge.
Knitcircus’ Impressionist Gradient, coupled with the Tunisian crochet technique, gives a very happy, joyful, and subtle color progression.
Designed to use one 150g cake of Knitcircus Opulence, it can be made using a 100g cake for a smaller piece, or using more yarn for a larger piece."
Please note: All dyed-to-order yarns take 6-8 weeks to deliver.
Tunisian Diamonds is designed by Margo Bauman.
This yarn pack includes:
- 150g cake of Impressionist yarn in the color and yarn base of your choice, please choose combination from drop down menu. The exact look of your cake may vary from the photo due to the high variability intrinsic to this dye method.
Yarn in Kit:
Colorways available: Happy Happy Joy Joy, Electric Mayhem, Country Roads
Trampoline - fingering (100% superwash Merino) - 660 yards/150g. Springy merino.
Opulence - fingering (80% superwash Merino/10% cashmere/10% nylon) - 660 yards/150g. Next-to-skin soft.
The yarn pack includes enough yarn to make one scarf. Note: Shawl in photographed sample was crocheted in the colorway Happy Happy Joy Joy.
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This pack does not include the pattern. Please find and purchase your pattern on Ravelry, where you can easily download the pattern to your library at the same time.
Or purchase a digital download from us at Knitcircus Yarns. Ravelry download included if desired.
Care for all of our yarns: Hand or machine wash cold (delicate cycle), dry flat. Our yarns are colored using professional-grade acid dyes.
We’ve made every effort to photograph the color accurately, but appearance may vary with your monitor settings.