To celebrate that the latest Hobbit film is now in the cinema, you can get Erebor for free until the end of the month. All I ask is that if you do knit this shawl, you upload your project unto ravelry and link to the pattern. Check my [my blog post] for more details!
In J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth, Erebor is the Sindarin name for the Lonely Mountain. Within it are the halls of the Dwarven King under Mountain. Reclaiming Erebor, and its treasure hoard, was the quest of thirteen dwarves, Gandalf the Grey Wizard, and Mr. Bilbo Baggins, of Bag End, burglar Hobbit of the Shire. Their journey and adventures were described by Tolkien in his novel, The Hobbit (1937). More recently, Peter Jackson has turned this novel into a series of three films.
The Erebor Shawl features geometric shapes, but has an organic quality too, just like the intricate carved stonework in the halls of the King under the Mountain. It's a large shawl, to be draped over the shoulders on those