Romulan Cloak Shawl -- Instant Download

By Fickle Knitter Design

$8.00

Romulan Cloak Shawl knits up quickly with only one skein of sock yarn! It uses 388 yards of Holiday Yarns FlockSock and a size US 6/4.0 mm needle.

 For your convenience I’ve added some handy Romulan phrases next time you’re on planet Romulus.

Do you have bottled water?
raed’aeusnnta’jhiy you iekil’eirh bottled aoni’rhnniohsyrrhihdh?

All your yarn are belong to me.
ehri ‘ie yarn belong iudaiht ahefvi.

I’d like one tequila please.
I’d io tequila.

What do you mean Spock Ears are not welcome?
aeek’h’i raed’aeusnnta’jhiy you Spock are iebhe aefvadh?

Holiday Yarns is having a special on pattern kits, you can buy the Romulan Cloak Shawl pattern and a skein of FlockSock Sock yarn for only $26! Please visit Jennifer’s website to purchase a kit. Please save up all your Romulan Beans to spend, each kit sold through Holiday Yarns allows her to continue to create her wonderful hand dyed yarns!

I’m excited to embark on this new mission into Yarn: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Fickle Knitter. Its indeterminate-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly split infinitives (and go) where no man has gone before. But you can call me sir.

Romulan Cloak Shawl Details

Description
This quick-to-knit triangle lace shawlette is simple and elegant to highlight your favorite variegated sock yarn.

Yarn substitution may result in a change in estimated yardage, gauge and finished size of your individual project.

Needles
Size US 6/4 mm Knitting Needles, or size needed to get gauge.

Yarn
One 100 gram ball of Holiday Yarns FlockSock Sock Yarn 75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon. 400 yards/366 meters. Total yardage: 388 yards/356 meters. Color: Romulan Raspberry.

Gauge
16 stitches and 20 rows over 4 inches in Main Body Stitch
Finished Pattern Measurements 54 inches wide by 23 inches long after blocking.

The Cloaking shawl will render the wearer invisible when the wearer and the shawl follow the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. I say that in my official capacity as a Physicist (TM).