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Bee the Change shawl

From Ravelry: “An easy, open and lacy stitch pattern is combined with Garter stitch on this shawl. The unusual construction gives this piece a shape that resembles a butterfly, adding interest to this fun, quick, knit. Finished Measurements: 68” (173 cm) wingspan, blocked 20” (51 cm) depth, blocked”

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King’s Cross Stole

by Maridee Dangcil From Ravelry, “This lightweight stole is a combination of lacey stitches between waves to give it structure. The name came from my husband Tommy, who thought it looked like a bridge across water and felt it needed a bold name.” sample shown in District 12 and Firecracker photo credit Maridee Dangcil

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Summer Shade Shawl

by Amanda Pratt from Ravelry: “Our new Summer Shade Shawl is as lovely as it sounds. Amanda Pratt created this epattern on the ⅜” gauge 80 peg Adult Hat Loom from CinDWood Crafts or the 3/8″ Universal Hat and Scarf Loom set at 80 pegs. Pattern uses 1 Hank Dragonfly Fibers Pixie in Winter Woods

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By Ninja ChickensAs described by the designer: ‘Drekin is an elegant Faroese style shawl knit from the top down. It is knit in garter stitch and contains a brioche center panel making it reversible. The wings have shoulder shaping, and a lace pattern reminiscent of scales/feathers.’ The contrast color in the sample is not available.

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Liz Christy

By Kirsten KapurAs described by the designer: ‘The Liz Christy Shawl is a top down, two-color half-pi shawl. I recommend a solid or near solid yarn for the MC. CC can be slightly variegated, or tonal, but I do not recommend highly variegated yarns for this pattern. There are large sections of each color, so

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Hills of Evendim

By Fatimah HindsAs described by the designer: ‘This shawl was inspired by the beautiful Dragonfly colorway Middle Earth. The gentle slopes on the edging put me in the mind of rolling hills. In the center of Middle Earth, just north of the Shire, you will find the Hills of Evendim. The shawl is cast on

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Daelin Shawl

By Miriam FeltonAs described by the designer: ‘Daelin is a soft crescent-shaped shawl, perfectly sized to be worn as either a scarf or a shoulder shawl. With squishy garter stitch up top, and a progression of lute- like lace on the edge, it features a sweet stitch cluster and a subtle picot edge.’

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Zero Kelvin

By Lars RainsAs described by the designer: ‘Zero Kelvin is a zippered shawl that will keep you warm when the temperatures start to drop. Worked in three sections, the combination of eyelets and ridges creates unusual curves that produce a dramatic wingspan.’

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Titania’s Shawl

By Michelle MillerAs described by the designer: ‘Titanias Shawl is traditional triangle shawl knit from the neck to the long edge. This is a great shawl for beginning-intermediate Lace Knitters. The pattern was written especially for Dragonfly Fibers Nautilace yarn. Titanias Shawl has a knit-on border which means its not necessary to bind off 205

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The Birdcage Shawl

By Heather AndersonAs described by the designer:’A lovely blend of simple and elegant, this crescent shaped shawl blends the simplicity of a stockinette body with eye catching lace and cable designs. The shawl is worked from the top down until the lace edging. At that point, the edging is knit on from side to side.

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