Mystère is now available for sales after a month of KAL. It is a bottom-up shawl that I designed for my first ever mystery KAL and with the help and encouragements from some wonderful knitters, the KAL was run successfully.
There are some interesting twisted stitches involved in the pattern and it is definitely a challenging and yet satisfying lace knitting project. Photo tutorials and video clips are included in the pattern to help making those twisted stitches.
The shawl size can be adjusted easily depending on the even number of leaf pattern you cast on at the beginning.
Nupps, wrapped eyelet, twisted stitches are all the fun you will have in this shawl. You can replace the nupps with beads if you wish too and there are bead placements suggestion for certain rows of YO in the pattern too! Enjoy! .
Yarn: Wollmeise 100% superwash merino 575/150gm colorway Kornblume – (680 – 750yard)
Needle: 6.5mm (US10.5), 5mm (US8), 4mm (US6) and 3.75mm (US5)
Notions: Stitch markers
Beads: 61 Larger beads (optional) to replace nupps
240 beads for the body
Gauge: Gauge is not crucial but different gauges give different finished size. Please prepare more yardage if you knit fairly loose.
Finished Sizes: 27” x 57” (20 leaves)
The swatch copy that made for the KAL is still available for download with the complete knitting PDF so knitters still can make a swatch before starting the actual shawl.
This has been a very fun and sweet KAL!!! I enjoy looking at the project pages of this shawl so much. Most knitters have really put in a lot of effort to complete this project which I really appreciate it! * clap clap * for everyone who took part in this KAL.
2 thoughts on “Mystère is Available now!”
I signed up and paid for your Mystery KAL because I LOVE your patterns. But, I don’t feel like I’m an advanced knitter. So after buying the Mystery KAL, I didn’t do it. I do hope your next mystery KAL you will do something beautiful, but more simple so that all levels of knitters can join in.
Thanks for supporting my patterns. The upcoming KAL will be a easier lace knitting. Instead of saying advanced skill is required, I would say Mystere has more new challenging twisted stitches which are definitely doable! Probably you would like to play with the swatch first and see how you feel! 🙂 I saw you made some beautiful lace shawls too and I really think you can handle Mystere!