Good morning, Knitters!! I hope your week is treating you well! We are having some surprisingly balmy Michigan weather (yes, 50+ degrees in February is very balmy!!) But winter is far from over and when I want some major squishy and cozy knits to wrap up in - I always reach for brioche!
Rose Gold is my newest shawl and is worked in two color brioche from side to side to form what I like to call a peaked asymmetrical crescent! This shawl is one of my favorite shapes because it creates a long wingspan and a fairly shallow depth, so it is very wearable! The brioche begs to hug the curves of your shoulders while the remaining length of the wings dance in a cascading spiral.
I teamed up with Black Trillium Fibres and used two of their gorgeous gradient sets. The effect is a soft melting from light to dark that is mirrored on both sides. I love how bold the final border is with the deepest pigments and brioche lace.
I hope you all love it, too! If you are one of the lucky heading to Stitches West this weekend, make sure to stop by the Black Trillium booth to snag some yummy yarn!
To celebrate Rose Gold, please enjoy 15% off of the pattern with the coupon code ROSEGOLD until Sunday 2/26/2017 at midnight EST :)