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New Pattern! The Nightwatch Shawl

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I am excited to start off this week with the launch of my new pattern - The Nightwatch Shawl. This is now available to download from the websiteRavelry and Payhip.

About this Pattern

The vast night sky, filled with its twinkling diamonds, reminds me to take a breath and remember that we are but a small part of the universe. Designed as a big sister to the Stargazer shawl, Nightwatch is a one-skein shawl with wide, alternating bands of eyelet mesh and stockinette to show off the beauty of your yarn. 

Here, the eyelets are like the millions of stars that dazzle through the night. Watch as a colorful new galaxy is created while you work with a variegated yarn. Whether you’re contemplating the universe or just watching the stars, Nightwatch will be your perfect companion.

If you are new to knitting lace, this shawl would be the perfect opportunity to give it a try. A video tutorial on how to work the [yo, k2tog] stitch combination is linked in the pattern and can be found here too https://www.undertheolivetreeknits.com/lace-stitches.html

 

For details on the measurements and materials required please take a look at the pattern page

The pattern has been professionally tech edited by James Bartley and was tested by a fantastic group of test knitters too! 

Thank you Donna, Jacqueline, Jo, Karen, Kim, Lesley, Lexi, Nahed and Sabina!

 
 
If you are interested in test knitting a future Under the Olive Tree Knits designs you can sign up to my Test Knitter Newsletter HERE and receive an e-mail when a new pattern is ready for testing.
 
I also want to say a big THANK YOU to my Patrons for helping me to decide on the main pattern image for this one. 
 
There will be an informal just-for-fun KAL for Nightwatch running on the Facebook group if you fancy joining along!

Thanks for stopping, I hope you like the new pattern - I also made a little video to show the shawl and talk a little bit more about it which you can watch on the pattern page.

Until next time, happy knitting!

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