Katia Infinity Shawl - Orange, Yellow (304)
  • Fiber Content: 100% Merino Wool
  • Weight: Fingering, Worsted
  • Gauge: 4.75 sts= 1" on US 6-7
  • Weight/Yardage: 150g/656yds
  • Care: Hand Wash, Dry Flat
  • Country Of Origin: Italy

Katia Infinity Shawl

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Katia's Infinity Shawl yarn is a wonderfully soft merino wool that is dyed in contemporary gradient blends. Perfect for incorporating color into your work without having to sew in all the ends!  This single ply, fingering weight yarn works up great as a worsted weight and is an ideal selection for scarves, shawls and cowls.

Included with your purchase are one skein each patterns for a Katia shawl and scarf!

Katia Infinity Shawl - Violet, Gray (300)
(300) Violet, Gray
$39.95
Katia Infinity Shawl - Mauve, Khaki (301)
(301) Mauve, Khaki
$39.95
Katia Infinity Shawl - Sky, Chocolate (302)
(302) Sky, Chocolate
$39.95
Katia Infinity Shawl - Coffee, Blue (303)
(303) Coffee, Blue
$39.95
Katia Infinity Shawl - Orange, Yellow (304)
(304) Orange, Yellow
$39.95
Katia Infinity Shawl - Red, Purple (305)
(305) Red, Purple
$39.95
Katia Infinity Shawl - Jade, Navy (306)
(306) Jade, Navy
$39.95

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Instructions for Shawl are WRONG!

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Comments about KATIA Infinity Shawl:

If you follow the instruction for the shawl, you will run out of yarn and end up with a VERY LONG and VERY NARROW piece of knitting. It has each "increase" row more that TRIPLE the number of stitches on the needles - TERRIBLY WRONG. A real frustration.

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