“Bojagi” (보자기) is the Korean word for a square, fabric wrapper. These wrappers were traditionally used to carry all sorts of things, from lunchboxes to dowry boxes. Nowadays, they are used to ornately wrap important gifts, with special care given to the embroidery and tying technique. The lace motif of this shawl is based on the most traditional tying technique, in which the corners are tied together like a small flower.
Included in your kit is the following:
(1) 2 skeins total Serenity 20 or Superfine Fingering
This is a free pattern please download by clicking here.
80" x 17"
US 5 & 6 40" circular needles
or size to obtain gauge
Serenity 20: 70/20/10 sw superfine merino/cashmere/nylon | approx. 400 yards | fingering weight
Superfine Finering: 90/10 sw superfine merino/nylon | approx. 400 yards | fingering weight
Lydia Crocheting (Vogue NY Exclusive Colourway) & Moon Purple
(all yarn types are spun the same and are completely interchangeable with each other & modelled photos are copyright Gale Zucker Photography)
Please allow us a week to ship your kit to you.