ROSE BED SHAWL TEST

Rose Bed Shawl is a 2-color shawl worked from the top-down with its body worked mainly in garter stitch short row wedges. The wedges get stacked slowly giving the shawl a pleasing crescent shape. Bobbles and mesh bands are worked in contrast color in between the wedges. A mostly mindless knit that turns into a stylish, drapey and light accessory in your wardrobe.

Test Deadline: Monday March 29 2021

Testing will be conducted via googledocs. You may use any equivalent yarn. I’ll be happy to send you any self-published pattern of your choice from my Ravelry store as a tester’s reward. 

How to apply : If interested in testing, please email to craftdoodling@gmail.com with your Ravelry Id and Instagram Id.

TEST DETAILS:
Finished Measurements:
Length along the top edge: 67.5″/ 171 cm
Depth: 14.75″ / 37.5 cm
Yarn requirements:
637 yards / 582 m of fingering weight yarn in 2 colors. 
Color A : 328 yards / 300 m
Color B: 309 yards /  283 m

Yarn used in sample:
Eden Cottage Yarns Keld Fingering, 90% Superwash Superfine Merino Wool, 10% linen
393 yards / 360m per 100g / 3.5oz in Bark and Heather. 

Needles used:
4 mm / US 6  circular needles min 24″ / 60 cm.

Gauge :
20 sts and 44 rows = 4″/ 10 cm, in garter st, washed and blocked.
Gauge is not particularly important in this project. However please know that your finished measurements and yardage requirements  would vary accordingly. 

Notions:
3.5 mm crochet hook to make bobbles, tapestry needle.