St Aubin's Bay
An elegant crescent shaped shawl worked from the top down with an eyelet garter stitch pattern. 2 short row wedges and a beaded picot cast/bind off adds interest to a fun accessory.
I purchased the String Theory Caper Sock when in St Aubin’s, Jersey. St Aubin’s Bay is a big, shallow bay with a beautiful sandy beach. The shape of this shawl reminds me of St Aubin’s Bay, Jersey.
Any sock yarn/4ply/fingering weight yarn that knits to the correct tension can be used.
String Theory Caper Sock, (4ply; 80% Merino/10% Cashmere/10% Nylon; 365m/400yds per 113g) x 2 skeins. Shown in shade: Citron (green) & Juice (plum) - 1 skein each4mm (UK 8/US 6) circular needle, 80cm (32in) length
67 6mm miracle beads, colour: Light Green
0.75mm (US 13) crochet hook (for adding beads)
Inner crescent: 226cm/89in
Outer crescent: 310cm/122in
14 sts and 40 rows over 10cm/4in in stitch pattern after blocking.
Exact tension is not essential.