Tátra Utca Shawl


The pattern is just for a kerchief; it was smaller than I had pictured it, so I added another repeat of the stockinette pattern to make it bigger and use up all the yarn. (I have quite a huge collection of leftover yarn. It’s usually too much to throw it away, but too small to start another project. I’m obviously hesitant to add more to it.) The yarn is Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend, and it’s so soft and gorgeous! Usually I’m afraid of using multicolour yarn, because it has the tendency to be like, “so many colours! Sensory overload FTW” (and don’t even get me started on finding the right pattern for it). But here the colours blend into each other so well, I just can’t stop looking at it, it’s so beautiful!




5 thoughts on “Tátra Utca Shawl

    1. Thank you! The yarn is gorgeous, isn’t it? Such beautiful colours. I wish you good luck on finishing your cowl! I’m sure it’s going to be great. 🙂 Sometimes knitting project need several attempts … it seems to happen to me with basically every work in progress right now, at least.


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