Pattern Release: Seiche shawl and Kambalda scarf

Previously published in Crochet Fall with SweetGeorgia, Vol. 1, Seiche shawl and Kambalda scarf are now available in my store!

The Kambalda's stitch pattern uses each color for two rows, which results in a fun-to-make field of "dancing" stitches across the row and creates the illusion of more difficult colorwork with a simple stitch pattern.

The scarf was designed specifically for the mini-skeins, so I had to determine its length and width based on the yardage of each color I had. If you use leftovers or full skeins and do not have restricted yardage, you may work your scarf as wide and long as desired or even work it along the longer side to turn the direction of the stripes and minimize the yarn ends to weave in!

The Seiche shawl features undulating rows of ribbed ridges alternating with a row of gentle waves and is easily adjustable. It gradually enlarges and gains one extra wave at each side with each repeat of the stitch pattern. The waves meet at the center of the shawl creating a ripple-like effect of perfect symmetry that is sure to please your inner perfectionist!

While working on my Seiche sample, I made a mistake and used yarn which was intended for another design for SweetGeorgia Yarns. Thanks to that, I am able to show you how Seiche looks in worsted-weight yarn! The sample in the photos below was worked in SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Worsted with hook U.S. H-8 (5 mm).

This sample has been frogged and the design has been re-worked in a proper yarn (the original design uses SweetGeorgia Yarns Bulletproof Sock (fingering weight) and hook U.S. E/4 (3.5 mm), and this beautiful worsted-weight yarn turned into something different, which I'll share with you soon!


Seiche pattern on Ravelry | Etsy | LoveCraft | Patternvine
Kambalda pattern on Ravelry | Etsy | LoveCraft | Patternvine

Sweet Georgia Yarns Party of Five colorways
SweetGeorgia Yarns Bulletproof Sock colorways
SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Worsted colorways


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