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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

This Bliss

By Fatimah HindsAs described by the designer: ‘This Bliss is an elegant beaded cowl thats easy to dress up or down without being too fussy. The cowl is knit in the round from the top down with beads added while you knit using a crochet hook. The lace pattern is both charted and written. I …

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By Corrine WalcherAs described by the designer: ‘Ristras are strings of brightly colored hot peppers hung together. The colorway, Airport Hot Sauce and the shapes in the pattern reflect these. They are everywhere in New Mexico, a state which excelled in producing several special people in my life.’

Far Into the Forest

By Kirsten HallAs described by the designer:’Two mirrored socks worked toe to cuff in two colors. Gussets at sides, turned heel worked with no-wrap short rows, and heel flap. Stranded patterns (with numerous increases and decreases) worked from charts with stitch key. Links to photo tutorials are provided in the pattern and below for techniques …

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By Kirsten HallAs described by the designer:’Two identical socks are worked toe to cuff with a turned heel and heel flap. Charts are given for the faux-cable lace pattern. Written instructions for the leaf stitch accompany the charts.’

Quo Vadis

By Glenna CAs described by the designer: ‘Socks worked form the top down with flap-and-gusset heels. The stitch patterns are mirrored on the two socks. Stitch patterns are presented in Chart form only.’

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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By Kate GilbertAs described by designer: ‘Socks with ribbon motifs worked from the cuff down to the toe.’

Parsley Shawl

By Jessica L RiceAs described by the designer: ‘An asymmetrical shawl with soft scallops and a lace edge that echoes the frilled tips of parsley leaves. This is a great pattern when youre just getting into lace knitting.’


By Jennifer RaymondAs described by the designer: ‘Octopodes are a pair socks with stranded colorwork on the foot, and helix knitting to stripe the ankle. All throughout, a pair of stripes shoot up the sides of the socks from toe to top, creating a strong visual line. When planning these socks I had some specific …

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