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New Pattern - Turas Shawl

Introducing my latest pattern, the Turas Shawl. This has been recently released as part of Stolen Stitches' Celtic Knits Club, and is available to purchase through the digital club option at this link. Turas (Irish for 'journey') is a symmetrical triangle, worked from tip to tip, featuring garter stitch with a cable panel, and using short row shaping. Worked in Stolen Stitches Blasta yarn, it is so very cosy and perfect for wrapping up on cold days.  Blasta is a beautifully woolly DK yarn, produced by Donegal Yarns, using 60% Irish fleece. The yarn is woollen spun, and dyed in the fibre before spinning, which gives a complex heathered colour blend in the finished yarn. It is available through Stolen Stitches at this link.   The pattern was inspired by the question 'What does Celtic mean?'  The continuous cable motif, flowing from simple rope cables, into braids and then into travelling stitches, was intended to represent a journey, both literal and metaphorical: The

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