As temperatures start to rise and our spring storms shift from snow to rain, we find ourselves longing to work more delicate patterns that we'll wear through summer's warmth. We have a new sample to share with you that has totally captured our attention this week as we've started considering lighter knits.This featherweight shawlette is Hakusa designed by Kirsten Johnstone.Ours was created with two strands of Ito yarns: Ito Serishin (2 skeins) and Ito Tetsu (1 cone) worked on a US 6 needle. This yarn combination creates a blend of silk with a fine strand of stainless steel which has a memory for shape. It is perfectly suited for this pattern, which can be knit up in two sizes (the larger is pictured here).We love how this simple stockinette fabric creates such a delicate accessory without the complexity that can accompany lace work: charts and complicated stitch patterns are not required. It is feminine without fuss - perfect!We have several delightful color combinations in stock that you may want to consider. Give us a call and we can set aside or send you exactly what you need for a new spring shawl/kerchief of your own! Better yet, join us for our community knit night this evening and we'll get you cast on without delay.