At The Crochet Project they love a good shawl, and they know you do too so they are back with another collection.
Joanne Scrace and Kat Goldin have always loved the look of gradient yarns and now that they are becoming as popular with commercial yarn companies as they are with beloved indies, it seemed a great time to celebrate them in a book of designs that show them off to their fullest.
Gradients are great for making bold colourful shawls without having lots of ends to sew in. The colour changes do the work for you so they work well with nice simple designs. With gradient yarns it is all about showing the direction of the work and all of these shawls use different shapings to send the rays of colour off in different directions.
In this book the designers share their love of shawls with five new designs and show you the secrets of shaping them.