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Orbital Shawl | LITLG DYE STUDIO
Orbital Shawl | LITLG DYE STUDIO
Orbital Shawl | LITLG DYE STUDIO
Orbital Shawl | LITLG DYE STUDIO
Orbital Shawl | LITLG DYE STUDIO

Orbital Shawl | LITLG DYE STUDIO

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The Orbital Shawl is designed by Lucía Ruiz de Aguirre Rodríguez.  It is knit top-down, starting at the center of the top border, with a garter tab cast-on, then growing to the sides and down...its final shape is triangular.

You will need 3 skeins of DK Twist for the main color and 1 other seeing for the contrast color.  

Yarn Base: DK Twist
Main Color:  3 Skeins
Contrast Color:  1 Skein

Sizes: One Size – Height: 22.75” / 58cm – Width (wingspan): 69.25” / 176cm.

We have three color ways available as indicated below.

Kit #1 Main Color - Oyster with Antique (as shown)
Kit #2 Main Color - Mountain Path with Autumn 
Kit #3 Main Color - Kaolin with Coastal 
Patterns are currently only available in the 6th issue of patterns which is included with your order.
It includes 142 pages of knitting and photography with designs by Soraya García, Lucía Ruiz de Aguirre Rodríguez, Jamie Kennedy, Kay Schoonderwoerd, Maria Jaschke, Cecilia Ballesteros González, Inese Sang, and Christina Vetter.  There are patterns for 3 shawls, 1 kimono cardigan, 3 sweaters, 1 hat and 1 cowl.

Browse through the sweater and shawl patterns, bake the Autumn apple & cardamon cake recipe, put on the kettle and read about fractals in nature, friendships, and immerse yourself in the Irish countryside of standing stones and traditions.

The aim is to bring you on a slow, quiet journey through time and place where we are all connected through nature and making.

 

Life in the Long Grass is an Irish artisan hand-dyed yarn and art studio in the countryside in Ireland. 

Hand-dyed in Ireland.

All yarns are muelsing free as they are from either small farms in the UK or Peru

Browse through the sweater and shawl patterns, bake the Autumn apple & cardamon cake recipe, put on the kettle and read about fractals in nature, friendships, and immerse yourself in the Irish countryside of standing stones and traditions.

The aim is to bring you on a slow, quiet journey through time and place where we are all connected through nature and making.