phoenix pebble

And another Pebble from Curioushandmade, it is a fire, a phoenix rising from the beautiful  fall of Ilium from one of my favourite yarn dyer, Countess Ablaze. I loved the colour of the yarn, now I love the fire and  the strength of my new pebble ! It is just beautiful !

The pattern is by far the easiest shawl pattern I have ever followed and it is so FAST to knit ! perfect If you want to make a fast hand knitted christmas present :)


The manly art of knitting ! I love this little book, it is perfect for beginner !

I will not blabla bla too much here, as I have already written about the awesomeness of the pebble beach shawl using the yarn from the clever Ozy dyer skein yarn as the media. Skein yarn has amazing speckled dyed yarns, they are so pretty and perfect that they sale like little breads as we say in french so follow her here if you want to know when they are for sale.

You will see that the possibility in terms of yarn choice is endless with this simple yet beautiful design!


The twirl of fire ! there is a bit of green as well !


Details of the pretty pebble


I used a 4.5 mm needle with fingering weight yarn

The Fall of Ilium was part of the twelve caesar collection which is not a repeated colour. However, the countess has beautiful colours in a hands and make more inspiring thread every month. To keep up to date with yarn update you can always follow her on Instagram ! I am promoting her work because I genuinely love her work :) and I am sure that you will love it too !


Is it not warm to look at !


et voila le beau châle de feu et de flammes !

If you want to see all my current projects you can follow me on Ravelry or on Instagram. Having you reading my blog means a lot to me, so thanks for passing by and I hope that you will come by again!

Happy pebble !

take care



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