Upwelling Shawl Yarn Pack
Jen Lucas combines a semi-solid with a Knitcircus Modernist cake in a design that undulates with color. Stitch up the flowing, rippling lace and alternate it with garter stripes that show off the random color fluctuations of our exclusive Modernist dye technique.
Modernists change color unexpectedly, sometimes creating saturated speckled fields of color that occasionally may stripe or create fields of color.
Upwelling is a shawl that is generously sized for warmth and will wrap you up with warmth, color and texture.
This yarn is ready to ship from our studio to your favorite knitting chair.
Upwelling is designed by Jen Lucas. Choose your color combination and yarn base in the drop-down menu. This yarn pack includes enough yarn to make one shawl:
- (1) 100g Modernist cake and (1) 100g semi-solid skein, choose color combination and yarn base from dropdown menu
- Almost Paradise/Creamy Sheep
- Paint the Town/Silver Lining
- Flower Stand/Cottage by the Sea
- Harvest Moon/Cranberry Sauce
- Hundred Acre Wood/Wisconsin Desert
Night of a Thousand Stars/Sweet Dreams
Note: gray/multicolor sample shown in Paint the Town/Silver Lining. blue/multicolor sample shown in Flower Stand/Cottage by the Sea
Available Yarn Bases:
Breathtaking BFL - fingering (100% superwash Blue-faced Leicester wool) - 410 yds/100g. This lustrous, longwool breed boasts a wooly halo and is a favorite among knitters.
Opulence - fingering (80% superwash Merino/10% Cashmere/10% nylon) - 440 yds/100g. This yarn base is the best of all worlds: soft, strong, and a pleasure to knit with.
Click here for more information about our different yarn bases.
Is your favorite colorway/base combination sold out?
Order here for a dyed-to-order pack. Custom-dyed yarns take 6-8 weeks to deliver.
This yarn 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.
Care for all of our yarns: Hand or machine wash cold (delicate cycle), dry flat. Our yarns are colored using professional-grade acid dyes.
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