Nexus by Emily Wood

Nexus Shawl Knitting Pattern. SweetGeorgia Yarns,
Nexus Shawl Knitting Pattern. SweetGeorgia Yarns,

© Josh Yong / SweetGeorgia Yarns. 2015

I was inspired by a picture of several sprigs of silvery pine needles crossing over each other. It might not look much like the final product, but it got me thinking about crisscrossing stitches!

Nexus, by Emily Wood, uses the beautifully squishy CashLuxe Fine. It is enchanting in its feel and look. Transition through the changing seasons with grace and style while cozied up in this delectably cable-rich shawlette. Texture exudes with thin twists and turns, while the simple, long and luxurious crescent-shaping enchants every style of knitter.

Nexus Shawl Knitting Pattern. SweetGeorgia Yarns,

© Josh Yong / SweetGeorgia Yarns. 2015

Nexus Snapshot

Original Nexus Swatch by Emily Wood

Emily’s tip for knitting Nexus

Most of the cables for this shawlette call for slipping two stitches to a cable needle, working one stitch from the left hand needle, then slipping the left stitch from the cable needle back to the left hand needle and working it first. There is one stitch left on the cable needle at that point, and I found it easiest to slip that one back to the left hand needle as well before working it. You could work it directly from the cable needle, but I found that way to be slower.

Behind the Brilliance: Emily’s Five Faves

Favourite way to spend Saturday morning: Knitting while my husband takes the kids to a park.

Favourite knitting tool or fiber: Merino, and merino blends (with silk, cashmere, etc.)

Favourite guilty pleasure: Chocolate

Favourite colour: Most shades of green.

Favourite thing to wear in the fall: Shawls and scarves.

Head on over to our online store or Ravelry to purchase Nexus today.


About Tabetha Hedrick

Tabetha Hedrick, Design Director for SweetGeorgia Yarns, lives by the belief that joy comes when fully participating in the present moment. And that joy is ever so easy to find when immersed in the world of fibre! When not knitting, writing, editing, or researching, she fills the time raising two girls, two dogs, and one husband in Tennessee.

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