Product Code: KF-BloomsburyCresentKit
A stylish bohemian asymmetric crescent in vibrant colors inspired by the arts and crafts of the early 20th century; techniques include short rows, stranding and intarsia.
The pattern is presented in two versions with different yarns, needle size and gauge - Kieran Foley at the Fibre Kitchen and Jamieson’s of Shetland Spindrift.
The Fibre Kitchen version (available as a kit) is knit on 2.75mm/US2 needles with approximately 220g/880m/960yds of Kieran Foley at The Fibre Kitchen 100% superwash merino 4ply/fingering/sockweight yarn - in the colours pictured below - click here for more information on the yarn. One of each mini skein and one full skein of the MC are required. The large skein is 100g/400m/437yds, mini skeins are 20g/80m/87yds. (There were small amounts of leftovers.)
Please note: all hand-dyed yarn can have variations within the colour batches and skeins, no two are exactly alike, that is what makes the yarn, and your project, unique! The yarn photo was taken in natural or optimal light. While we do our best to represent the true colours online, the actual product colour may vary from what is seen on computer screen, based on individual monitor settings.
Dimensions: approximately 147cm/58ins wide by 56cm/22ins deep
Gauge: approximately 22sts and 34 rows = 4ins/10cm in stocking stitch
The pdf contains both versions and is a combination of charts and written pattern - the stranded and intarsia sections are charted, and the rest of the pattern (short rows, etc.) is in written form.
The Jamieson's Spindrift version is knit on 3.5mm/US4 needles with approximately 175g/730m/800yds of Jamieson’s of Shetland Spindrift yarn. Colors include 2 x Nighthawk 1020, 2 x Prussian blue 726, 1 each of Mermaid 688, Mirage 722, Rust 578, Flame 271, Buttermilk 179, Plum 585, Fog 272, & small amounts of left overs of other harmonizing colors for the intarsia flower motifs.
Dimensions: approximately 157cm/62in across by 61cm/24in deep
Gauge: approximately 20 stitches and 28 rows = 10cm/4ins in stocking stitch
Click here to have a look at the Kieran Foley website for more information.