Knitting knit Slipstravaganza shawl by Stephen West


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Lately, a lovely customer sent us photos of her Slipstravaganza shawl, a Stephen West pattern knitted with our s ♥

We loved the result so much that we decided to offer this yarn as a knitting kit so that you too can make this beautiful shawl from Westknit!

A special thank you to Josée, the lovely knitter in question who agreed to meet our photographer for a special photo shoot and who accepted that we share these photos with you!!!

Please note: the pattern is not included, you have to order it on Ravelry: Slipstravaganza shawl pattern from Westknit

Each kit contains a total of 600 grams of "fingering" yarn distributed as follows:

KIT SLIPSTRAVAGANZA #1 (As shown on the picture)

  • Louise Robert yarns - SUPER-SOCK
    • 2 x 100g colour BOTTICELLI (main color)
    • 1 x 100g color CANEVAS (used with POUDREUSE in the honeycombs at the back of the neck)
    • 1 x 100g color EPIC
  • Biscotte Yarns - BIS-SOCK
  • 1 X 100G color COZUMEL (speckled color)
  • 1 X 100G color POUDREUSE
  • Louise Robert yarns - SUPER-SOCK
    • 2 x 100g colour Marie-Antoinette
    • 1 x 100g color Ann Boleyn
    • 1 x 100g color Poseidon
    • 1 x 100g color Loch
  • Biscotte Yarns - BIS-SOCK
  • 1 X 100G color Mallard
      • Louise Robert yarns - SUPER-SOCK
        • 2 x 100g colour Brontë
        • 1 x 100g color Mackintosh Roses
        • 1 x 100g color Pistachio Ice Cream
        • 1 x 100g color Gingerbread
        • 1 x 100g color Imperatrice

      Please share photos of your Slipstravaganza shawl knitted with our yarns! We can't wait to see your beautiful shawls ♥

      *SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT NATURAL DYES : Due to their artisanal nature, hand-dyed wool skeins can be different from each other even if they both come from the same dye bath. By adding to the equation the use of vegetable dyes, you must know that there can be a great variation of the colors between the different lots. Since plant dyes are highly dependent on mother nature, variations can come from the plants themselves, the season, where the plant was grown and harvested and how tannins are stored. That said, natural colors are living colors that, once knit, magically develop and blend well together.

      Customer Reviews

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      super beau chale j'adore le mélange de couleur merci

      Superbe !

      Quel joli châle, bravo Josée !
      On dirait les ailes d 'un papillon