by | Jan 1, 2016 | Uncategorized


Evanthe is now available! This past September I taught a short-row crescent class down at Sheep Thrills in Lauderhill, Florida and this was the result – the Evanthe shawlette.

Evanthe is worked up in one skein of The Fiber Seed Sprout – a fingering weight yarn that is pretty much perfect in every way. The colorway is Sanquis – a rich pink red that’s all kinds of beautiful. It’s worked from the top down in what I call “the fancy cast-on” with short-row shaping and a patterned body.


The edging is an elaborate lace floral pattern, that is finished with my favorite – a crochet bind-off.


Evanthe is available for individual purchase for $7.00 USD on Ravelry. But if you buy it before end of the day Monday, January 4th, then you get it for 25% off – no coupon required!

Needles/Hooks: Size 6 needles (4.0 mm) and  Size E hook (3.5 mm)

Yarn: The Fiber Seed Sprout, 90% Merino, 10% Nylon, 480 yards / 140 grams

Gauge: 18 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in blocked body pattern

Size: 62″ wide and 16″ deep

Evanthe is available on Ravelry individually for $7.00 USD 


  1. Becca Jost

    Oh my goodness! Everything about this shawl is stunning. Awesome work!

    • Corrina

      Thank you so much!


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