The Abbeyhill Shawl takes inspiration from the repetitive nature of the Abbeyhill Colonies, transforming the rhythmic nature of doors, stairs, chimneys, windows, and blocks into a pleasing lacework pattern on this single skein shawl.

Knit in Ginger’s Hand Dyed Splendor 4-ply - a beautiful combination of Merino and Silk - with one skein, this shawl has all the shimmer and drape you could hope for.

This shawl was designed especially for the Colony of Artists festival held in the Abbeyhill Colonies in Edinburgh each September. Knit from the centre down, the garter stitch base sets off the rythmic lace pattern.

Materials Required:
Yarn: 1 skeins of Ginger’s Hand Dyed Splendor 4-ply (50% Merino/ 50% Silk) 400m/ 437yds per 100g/ 3.5oz skein
Shown in colourway: Melon Balls on Fire 1 skein

or 4-ply yarn of minimum quantities:
400m/ 437 yds

Needles: 4 mm /US 6*

Notions: stitch markers; scrap yarn; cable needle (optional); tapestry needle