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Alim Shawlette Knitting Kit - Easy Shawl Knitting Pattern

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With an easy-to-remember 2-row repeat, this shawlette is great for knitting while relaxing and catching up on your favorite shows. 

Kit includes:

  • One skein of Ella Rae Lace Merino, a luxury hand painted yarn
  • Printed pattern for the Alim Shawlette
  • Eucalan no-rinse wool wash for use when blocking the project
  • Blocking instructions postcard

You will also need size 6 circular needles (not included in the kit) to complete this project.

Design notes:

Over the past year, I have started devoting time to exploring my Jewish heritage and begun learning how to read Hebrew to have a deeper understanding of my faith and culture. I have always been enamored with the symbolism and significance of the Tree of Life in Jewish traditions. When it came time to name this shawl, I noticed that the lace stitches remind me of tiny leaves on a tree. Leaves depict hope, renewal, and revival - three things I feel the world could use more of these days. Combining these concepts brought me to the Hebrew word for leaves: Alim. - Jessica Ays, Double the Stitches