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Yarn Adventures in Yarncraft

Nebula is an expansive shawl made in a simple linen stitch. Textural interest is created by alternating two different types of yarn: a fluffy Suri alpaca yarn and a smoother Merino yarn. A fancy border and beading add a bit of finishing flair.


Wingspan: 229cm / 90”
Depth: 96cm / 38”


Adventures in Yarncraft Merino Sock 4-ply/fingering (85% Merino, 15% nylon; 400m / 437yd per 100g)

Adventures in Yarncraft Brushed Suri Alpaca Silk lace (75% baby Suri alpaca, 25% mulberry silk; 300m / 328yd per 50g)

Sample is made in colourways Merino Sock Wisteria Trails (MC) and Brushed Suri Alpaca Silk After Dark (CC)

MC: 800m / 875yd
CC: 600m / 655yd

Hooks & notions

3mm (No US equivalent, use C/2 or D/3)
4mm (US G/6)
Bicone beads 2mm / 1/12”, 133 beads
Stitch marker
Sewing needle and thread, or big-eye beading needle


10 dc x 20 rows = 10cm x 10cm / 4” x 4” measured over linen st using 3mm hook with MC, after blocking

10 dc x 16 rows = 10cm x 10cm / 4” x 4” measured over linen st using 4mm hook with CC, after blocking

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