By Kjersti Campbell As described by the designer: ‘The shawl is crescent shaped with a body comprised of the Estonian blueberry stitch, creating little beads like the berries found along every trail. The transition to the edge is a simple arrowed lattice, recalling the growth of the forests and pines along the lake. The edge […]
By Nell Ziroli As described by the designer: ‘Alternating garter ridge and stockinette stripes in an offset triangle that is addictive to work, and can be made in almost any weight yarn. Easy to wrap once or twice, so wearable. Sample used about 135 yards of color A and about 240 yards of color B.
By Toby Roxane Barna As described by the designer: ‘Things With Wings is a triangular shawl featuring a garter stitch body, mesh lace worked in a contrasting color, and a ruffled edge. One size. You will need approximately 450 yds of the main color (Starry Night) and 400 yds of the contrasting color (Apollo).’
By Kirsten Kapur As described by the designer: ‘This delicate lace pattern is worked in the round from the center outward. Worked in fingering weight yarn this pattern makes a lovely square shawl. Worked in DK or worsted weight it will make a beautiful blanket. Both charts and written instructions are included for the lace
By Rosi Garmendia As described by the designer: ‘The shawl is divided into four sections. The only parts of the shawl knit in CC are the edging and the outline. Sample was knit in laceweight using three different types of size 8/0 mm beads. Feel free to use whatever types of beads you want for
By Ann Weaver As described by the designer:’Chittagong, the first pattern in my Container Ships series, is a square shawl knit in the round from the center out. This simple shawl is perfect travel or TV knitting, and it uses two skeins of Squishy Lace, one in each of two colors.’
By Ann Weaver As described by the designer:’Worked from the center outward, this circular shawl is based on Elizabeth Zimmermanns recipe for creating a circular shawl by using pi. Rounds that rapidly increase are separated by a growing number of rounds worked with no increases, into which motifs based on coin ridges, waves, harpoons, and