SIZE: 19.5" down the spine X 37.5" at the widest point
Expression Fiber Arts Luster Sport
1 skein of each (4 oz/ 395 yds each skein)
Shown in: (A) Succulents , (B) Kitten
Approximately 450 yards total were used for the sample shown.
If not available, any from this category will work.
US size 7 - 40” or larger circular needles to accommodate a large number of stitches
Advanced Beginner- For those knitters who are ready to learn some new skills or stitch combinations. Stitches include: working a basic cable
Notes From the Designer, CheVon Bell:
•Rudaba is the name of a princess from Persian mythology. She is said to have lowered her tresses to allow for her lover to climb up to her. The cable that runs down the spine of Rudaba is reminiscent of a braid.
•It’s worked like a triangle shawl, but its center is six stitches wide rather than the traditional 1-3 of a typical triangle shawl. It is worked with a slightly modiﬁed garter tab cast on.
•Click the Videos tab to learn how to work the cast on and the body stitches!
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beautiful to look at and easy to make! fun and the story behind it is great!
Lovely pattern can't wait to make and wear it.
Great pattern and shape; especially that cable in tje midlle of shawl!
i love this pattern. i thank you for also helping me obtain it. i am fairly new to emailing and computer things. i feel you went the extra mile to make sure i had a good experiance. thanks again.
The pattern was a pleasure to make. I finished it in weeks time.
Nice pattern and a good Size for everyday
fácil y claras las explicaciones. Gracias
Very cute shawl, love the braid down the back. Your videos on starting, cable and bind off make it super easy.
I've been looking for a shawl pattern to use some sport weight yarn, something that would show the yarn and not to too busy but had a little stylish element - and then entered this pattern! I'm yet to make it but have read it and as with all other EFA patterns, it's so simple and logical to follow that I know I can do it. Also, when I have had questions in the past, I've gotten a very fast response to my email.
Thank you so the pattern. I am still trying to choose my colours. I have spun some fibre that will look so nice knitted up into this shawl. So exciting. Hard part is picking the colours.
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I have not used this pattern yet, so l can't give an opinion. But l love to get your emails
Thank you for another beautiful pattern. I haven't made it yet, but it's in my queue. It seems to have has just enough challenge to keep the project from getting boring during the making process.