Crescent Bay shows off the cleverly dyed Caterpillargreen yarn to perfection. Rainbow ombre stripes are separated by grey in a shallow, asymmetrical triangular crescent. Beaded picots add a touch of glamour.
I used a new type of beads in this shawl. They're called Long Magatama beads and I got them from GJ Beads in Truro. But you can use regular seed beads (size 6) if you prefer. You could even use miracle beads (6mm) which you can buy from most bead shops but I buy mine from Frampton Beads.
I've worn this shawl quite a lot already this autumn and it is one of my favourites because it wraps around your neck in a really snug way and the yarn has cashmere in it s it's soo soft. Want to knit Crescent Bay? The pattern is 25% off until Wednesday 25 November 2015. No coupon code needed. If you subscribe to my newsletter, check today's newsletter for a bigger discount. If you don't subscribe, you can subscribe here. I have regular offers and you'll be the first to know about new stuff happening!