Blurry eyed, you slip out of bed, wrap your hands around a steaming cup of coffee and, stepping outside, raise your eyes to the east. Slowly, gently, the new day begins.
Pull your shawl closer around your shoulders and hold on to the remnants of warmth from your bed. A golden glow teases the landscape and whispers of hope.
This is Flindra, a celebration of the magical moment as night meets day and darkness is filled with light.
Knitted from side to side, Flindra is an escape into delicious texture.
You’ll relax to the rhythm of simple stitches, subtle colour play and delightful shifts in direction with easy increases and decreases.
The pattern includes links to tutorials, and is perfectly suited to experienced knitters and adventurous beginners.
Wingspan approx. 97”/246.5cm (blocked)
Depth at the widest part approx. 29”/73.5cm (blocked)
15 sts x 36 rows = 4”/10cm in garter stitch after wet blocking.
5 skeins of Nyx by Outlaw Yarn (DK; 70% Polwarth/30% silk; 100g = 219yd/200m)
The sample is shown in 4 skeins of colour
A “Parchment” & 1 skein of colour B “Tourmaline”.
You’ll need approx.1006yd/920m of DK-weight yarn; 875yd/800m in colour A and 131yds/120m in colour B.
Of our yarn bases we would suggest either our Merino Nylon DK or BFL DK yarn bases for Flindra. More information on our yarn bases can be found here.
2 balls (see: https://www.trulymyrtle.com/blog/all-the-balls)
As with all Truly Myrtle designs, the pattern has been professionally edited and test knitted.