Lately I've been struggling with my current project - simply because it is a pattern which will be released in winter and it's made of warm and thick wool. Phew! Not something I really enjoy to knit with temperatures close to 30°C. So let me tell you about something that is much more fitting for this weather: a light weight and airy shawl.
Plasma Shawl is another of my patterns previously published in a magazine by Interweave and I finally found some time to turn it into an individual pattern.
Plasma is knitted in fingering weight yarn and it is what I consider a relaxing and easy knit. Basically it is all Garter and Stockinette stitch - the flame-shaped motifs only appear when the item is finished, when some stitches are dropped and unravel. The most fun bit of the project that creates a stunning effect in no time.
Do you look for a summerly knitting project? You found it. :) As of today, the pattern for Plasma Shawl is available from my Ravelry store, here.