Slimer, Who Ya Gonna Shawl? MKAL with FREE SHIPPING to US, Quartet in Aussie Extra Fine + 2 stitch markers and locking marker
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Slimer's colors are inspired by this still from the movie. Click here to see it.
Curated for Mary Annarella/Lyrical Knit's annual MKAL (Mystery Knit A Long) Who Ya Gonna Shawl?, and it's an homage to the 80s classic Ghostbusters! The pattern will be for a shawl and will have lots of references to the movie, and if past mentions of the film are any indication, knitters will keep repeating hilarious lines from the movie anytime they're given the opportunity. This MKAL is all about FUN, enjoying favorite scenes from the movie, and knitting up a beautiful shawl. The first clue will drop on February 24.
Please purchase your pattern directly from the designer on Ravelry or PayHip.com. The pattern is NOT included.
You can participate in Mary Annarella/Lyrical Knits group on Ravelry (Lyrical Knits). Mary also has a Facebook Group (Lyrical Knitting, it's a private group, but they'd love to have you).
- Oyster (CC - Suggested Contrast Color, this one is subtle, Key Lime or Chrysoprase would also work. We haven't seen the pattern either)
- Blue Heather
- Key Lime
Included with your yarn bundle are four skeins of Aussie Extra Fine Sock with Nylon plus 2 stitch markers and a lockable stitch marker and some fun extras to get you into the theme.
Your yarn kit will be a total of 400 grams, approximately 1748 yards, 4 skeins.
Each skein of Aussie Extra Fine:
Fingering weight 4 ply Superwash
100% 19.5 micron Extra Fine Australian Merino
Spun in Italy
Approximately 100 grams/400 meters or 3.5 oz./437 yards
Recommended needle size 2.5 mm - 4 mm
Gauge (stockinette) 28 stitches x 36 rows over 10 cm/4 inches on 3.25 mm (US 3) needles
Hand dyed in Texas in small batches
Please hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry for best color retention. Dyes may bleed slightly on initial washing. Always test your gauge swatch for dyes bleeding when combining colors.