Nothing says spring in the Northwest to me than when Bleeding Heart plants begin to bloom. Whether the smaller wild ones alongside a wooded trail or the larger domestic varieties grown in shady gardens. These plants with long arching leaves and small heart-shaped flowers provide a bright spot amongst the Oregon green. A bead has been added to each flower tip both to highlight the bleeding hearts inner white shade and a pearlized bead to mimic the dew that often settles on these flowers at night.
2 skeins Teresa Ruch Tencel 5/2 in Fuschia and Malachite. 520 yards per skein, 100% Tencel
Approximately 10 inches at the wide end and 82 inches long. This shawl is narrow at one end and wider at the other.
7 sc/inch (gauge is not critical, but this shawl looks best with a loose stitch)
US G (4.0mm)
(100) size 6 pearlized beads, (tear drop shape beads are used in the sample, but seed beads will also work)
Kit includes: Two skeins of Teresa Ruch tencel 5/2 (520 yards), pattern, and locking stitchmarkers
Please note that you will have plenty of yarn leftover for other projects!