We have a great sample in the shop that Susan knit for us in a pooling yarn (when the colors of a variegated yarn all come together in the same place) in the Adah Shawl by Ambah O'Brien. We made kits with Farmers Daughter Fibers Squish Fingering (2 skeins: 438 yards Fingering, 100% superwash merino) and included a Ravelry download of the pattern.
Adah is an asymmetrical triangle shawl with sets of 3 eyelets at intervals between garter sections. Perfect for an adventurous beginner.
The Farmers Daughter Fibers is owned & operated by farm girl Candice. She embodies her heritage & home state of Montana into all aspects of her work. Candice hails from a rich foundation of ranchers, farmers, and women who were crafty & unpronounced in the tradition of knitting, crochet, quilting, sewing and cross-stitch. This 4th-generation artist continues to offer a product done in the traditional methods of hand-dying fibers. We can’t say enough about this yarn from her ranch in “the last best place.”
Candice started Sisters United in 2018, a program dedicated to healing Indigenous Women, Children, and Families.