One Hundred Words For Rain – kit

(2 customer reviews)


I am so excited to offer this pattern – it is light and delicate but deceptively simple. Kit includes yarn and printed pattern – all you need to do is choose the colours. (If you would like me to take a photograph of them together before sending them just ask 😊 )

Mulberino 4ply Tonals


Cloud Lace

Cloud: Kid Mohair and Silk Lace - Cream
Cloud: Kid Mohair and Silk Lace - Chocolate
Cloud: Kid Mohair and Silk Lace - Sage
Cloud: Kid Mohair and Silk Lace Shocking
Cloud: Kid Mohair and Silk Lace Highlighter
Cloud: Kid Mohair and Silk Lace Peuce
Cloud Lace Silver
Haze Cloud Lace
Candy Floss Cloud Lace
Absinthe Cloud Lace
Lotus Martini Cloud Lace


Yarn A: 100gr/ 400 metres of Mulberino 4-ply yarn
Yarn B: 50gr/ 400 metres of Cloud Lace

You will also need a 3.75mm 80cm+ circular needle and a 5mm 80cm+ circular needle. Please let me know if you need these added to your kit.

Marna writes “In Ireland there are so many sorts of rain, and so many ways to describe the wetness. At one end of the scale there’s the soft day, where the rain’s so light and stealthy that you never see a raindrop and yet end up damp all over. After a week or two of this barely-rain you’re still not actually wet wet, but still suspect that you’ve become a fertile medium for moss. At the other end of the rain scale you can be soaked to the skin almost instantly. It can be lashing, pelting, pouring, hammering – or the weirdly threatening raining forks and knives. And that’s just in English – in the Irish language there are just as many way to describe the wetness. Possibly my favourite is fluich salach, which translates as filthy wet. Here’s a shawl that celebrates the extremes of the rain. It starts with the heavy raindrops that will leave you soaked to the skin in moments. The weather clears a bit, to just a soft day. And we end up with an edging of raindrops glistening in the emerging sunlight. This is a knit designed in, and designed for, challenging times. The knitting is gentle and rhythmic, with just the simplest of lace stitches to break the monotony of a rainy day. It’s also a knit about homesickness. As borders closed and travel back to see my family became a near-impossibility I took some comfort in knitting myself back to Ireland – and Irish weather. I hope this shawl gives you some comfort too, both in the knitting and the wearing.”


Additional information


Option 1, Option 2, Option 3, Option 4

Mulberino 4ply Tonals

Weight 100 g

Silver Lining, Silver Bells, Fun Fun Fun, The Sound Of Silence, Slip Sliding Away, I am A Rock, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Hazy Shade of Winter, Mrs Robinson, Caribbean Queen, 50 ways to leave your lover, Diamons on The Soles of Her Shoes, Scarborough Fair

Cloud Lace

Weight N/A

Cream, Chocolate, Sage, Shocking, Highlighter, Peuce, Silver, Creme De Menthe, Blue Lagoon, Mojito, Haze, Candy Floss, Absinth, Ocean Breeze, Lotus Martini, B-52, Skys The Limit

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  1. Katherine (verified owner)

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    Perfect colours for rain, with a lovely silky sheen.

  2. Neela Mann (verified owner)

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    Oh my! How gorgeous are these yarns. The colours are deep and silky shiny and the yarns are first class. I can’t stop knitting this pattern.

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