The Summer Mystery KAL has been a fun and successful one. I am so glad to see good responses from knitters and I appreciate that very much. Seigaiha is the name of this shawl as the cloud wave at the second part of the shawl resembles very much like ocean wave and Seigaiha means ocean wave in Japanese.
Just like most of my other designs, Seigaiha is a bottom up shawl that comes with only 1 size. Inspired by the story Jack and the Beanstalk, there is a leave like pattern lace panel at the middle spine of the shawl growing from the bottom all the way till top. This can be a challenging knit but like I always say, it is doable. You just have to do it slowly. There are both chart and written instruction in the pattern and you can always refer to the written instruction if the charts confuse you.
There are already some beautiful FOs posted at my group at Ravelry and I love seeing FOs photos. I am thinking to submit my Seigaiha that knitted with beautiful The Plucky Knitter to the State fair this year. John thinks I should knit another one in other colorway since he is not a big fans of bright green. I don’t think I have enough time to do that as there is only 1 month left till the date for submission and I am busy with few designs on hand.
I really should have updated this blog more often. 😀 I will post again pretty soon with a new fun EASY pattern.
So here I introduce my latest shawl design, the Seigaiha. A very rich textured triangular shawl that is knitted bottom up. I hope you all will enjoy making this!
Yarn: Fingering weight (650-700yard) solid,semi-solid,gradiant –
The Plucky Knitter Primo Fingering Oz
Needles: 5.5mm, 3.75mm
Structure: Bottom Up