Odetta is an asymmetrical shawl featuring short-wave bursts of color. You will need four 15-20 g sock-weight mini skeins and approx 100g of a sport-weight base color.
|Pattern access||The pattern for this test will be sent to you by email. This means the designer will have access to your email address for this purpose. By applying for this test, you are consenting to show your email address to this designer for the purposes of sending you the pattern document only. The designer may not add you to their mailing list or send you marketing emails without you providing consent for them to use your address for that purpose. Designers found to be abusing their access to testers emails will be excluded from Yarnpond.|
|Pattern source (brand and/or designer)||Heather Boos|
|Gauge||21.5 sts x 24 rows = 4” or 10 cm blocked|
|Charted or written pattern||Written|
|Sizes required||one size|
|Construction type||one piece, no seams|
|Required or recommended yarn||Schoppel Wolle: Admiral Starke 6, (75% Superwash 25% Nylon) 400m/150g, Color: Jeans Used 100g; Backyard Fiberworks: Sock 100% Superwash Merino (400 yards/100g fingering weight) Four 17g Mini skeins Colors: one-off dyes.|
Needles: 3.5 mm or size required to obtain gauge.
Notions: stitch marker, yarn needle
|Requirements from the tester||
-Testers are expected to take at least 4 well lit and composed photos of their finished product. Modeled is preferred but not required.
-Testers should use Ravelry pre-release codes to create and link their project page to this pattern.
-Test will be considered complete once the sample has been knit, emailed survey has been completed and returned to designer and all milestones have been photographed and posted to project page with link to Ravelry via pre-release code.
|Rewards from the designer||
-Testers will receive the fully edited pattern once complete and if all requirements are complete by deadline, will be entered in a drawing to receive a new project bag.
The designer has created the following milestones, in order to keep track of progress during the test knit. By marking off each milestone as you complete it, you can easily keep the designer up to date with your progress.2019-02-05: Yarn/Color Selection
2019-02-12: Knit main color to first Color
2019-02-19: First and Second Color Short Rows
2019-02-28: Finished and Blocked
If you have a question about this test you can send the designer a private message about it.