FO: Frozen Silver by Suvi Simola

I ❤ this beautiful shawl by Suvi Simola! It’s a pretty, triangular, slip-stitch pattern that is a quick knit–I worked on it during car trips in between sweaters. Rachel Smith of Wool n Spinning calls these “snack” projects, and I couldn’t agree more! It was a joy to knit!


I used a skein of KnitCrate yarn for the main color and a skein of plain, undyed, merino for the slip stitch sections–it was held double with the main color to produce the effect you see.


Holding two colors together is a neat technique I have been wanting to try for a while now and I think these slip stitch motifs are the perfect place. The two colors gives some extra depth to the shawl’s mosaics. In case you’re interested, the KnitCrate yarn was Audine Wools in the “Weekend” colorway.


If you are interested in trying out KnitCrate‘s subscription boxes, you can received a  discount with the code: KTS20  The good folks at KnitCrate have been sending me monthly boxes for review and I have enjoyed the surprise and variety of yarns in both the Artisan Crates and the Sock Artisan Crates–both highlight the work of indie dyers, designers, and small businesses!

This entry was posted in Audine Wools, community, finished objects, FO, KnitCrate, knitting, shawl, slip stitch, Suvi Simola, triangular shawl, unicorns, variegated yarn. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to FO: Frozen Silver by Suvi Simola

  1. metaspencer says:

    another excellent project! I love your inventiveness on this one especially 🙂

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  2. AJ says:

    It’s gorgeous!

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