This lovely pattern begins with a cast-on along the entire edge of the center top triangle, and uses short rows to shape down to a point. The initial triangle is worked in lace with patterning on both sides. The stitches left from the short rows are then worked down and out from the initial triangle in a leaf motif, and they are bound off using a picot bind-off. The shawl may be enlarged easily.
This pattern includes full written and charted instructions.
Note: Floating from A Verb for Keeping Warm is very difficult to substitute, and a different blend of fibers will most probably necessitate the use of increased yardage.
The sample knit in a muted lighter green is A Verb for Keeping Warm, Floating in colorway Limelight (one skein). The deeper green sample is knit from Lost City Knits, Pathway Sock in Extra Virgin colorway (2 skeins alternated throughout).
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About this pattern and the series:
Eiregal is a long time member of my Ravelry group, and an inveterate lace knitter. Originally from the US, she lives in Ireland now (hence her Ravelry name–which I love). Of course a shawl by the name of “Eiregal” had to be green, but it’s a softer, more muted green in honor of her roots in the US. The motifs in this über lacy shawl (it had to be lacy for Pam!) are leafy and branchy and treesy. Eiregal Pam is a landscape photographer, and I know we share a love of all things green and growy.
The top of this shawl is worked down in short rows from the cast on. The stitches along the edges of the top triangle are then worked outwards to the bottom, through a leafy border and into edging picots. A perfect spring wrap!
Welcome to year four of my subscription series! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. I decided to design and knit 10 shawls that year, and at the time I released my first subscription, I had 7 left to do. I reached my goal that year, and the next year I was back for more challenge. After that, I realized that I simply love doing these subscriptions. I won’t even pretend that there’s any other reason to do them! 7 is one of my favorite numbers, and so I am still doing 7 small (and not so small) shawls with 3 (my other favorite number!) accessories thrown in.
When we reached 5,000 people this year, we had a little contest in my Ravelry forum, and so the Year 4 shawls are named after 7 winners, and the accessories are named after…well, you’ll see! I am so looking forward to getting to know the winners a little bit more and coming up with the perfect design for each of them!
The patterns for this eBook will be delivered to subscribers within a subscription period ending March 30, 2015. There is no specific delivery time for each pattern. Patterns will have charts and written instructions, and you will be able to make them out of one skein of sock yarn or an amount of sock yarn comparable to that needed for a pair of socks. Some will be two colors, and maybe even three! But you won’t need more than one skein of any color. There will be a few little extras sprinkled throughout and all patterns will be available to purchase separately!
As in the past 3 years of subscriptions, the patterns will be sold as an eBook here on Ravelry with the PDF files delivered throughout the year as I release them. But this year, we have an exciting new way to knit the 7 Small Shawls!
Sally slyknits (of knitCompanion fame) and I have teamed up to bring you a Romi App for i-Devices!! Please note that you will still be able to purchase the eBook here exactly as in years past if you do not wish to use the new app.
The Y4 app is a separate stand alone app from knitCompanion. Since this is a living app, patterns will be added all year as I release each new offering in the Y4 series.
Please note, you do not need to purchase the regular knitCompanion app in order to purchase and take full advantage of Romi’s 7 Small Shawls app and all its capabilities. It is a stand-alone app, and won’t affect or interact with your regular knitCompanion app at all.
All patterns will use the knitCompanion capabilities so you never need to lose your spot, and patterns are easy to follow.
Patterns will be set up and ready to knit, with options like charts, sizes, etc (as appropriate). No setup work on your part required!
Video by me (Romi), offered only through the app for special techniques required by each design. Video will be linked in the pattern right where it is needed. And is is indexed for easy access as well.
If you purchase the app you will get a Ravelry discount code so you can add the PDF to your Ravelry library for only $5 if you would like that as well. (Note, if you don’t want the app, you can always purchase just the PDF at its listed price).
This app will only work on Apple i-Devices, it will not work on Apple Macs, Windows or Android phones, etc. Sally is working on a version of knitCompanion for Android, but it isn’t there yet. The app will work with any iDevice that is iOS 6 or later (i-Pad and i-Pad mini preferable so you can see the charts). The only i-Pad that can’t be upgraded to iOS 6 is the original iPad, aka iPad 1. You can see your iOS version on your iPad under Settings, Version.
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Note that purchasing the eBook represents a significant discount over purchasing each pattern separately. No refunds can be given for buying the patterns separately and then, at a later date, purchasing the complete eBook. If you have made a single pattern purchase in error and wished to purchase the book instead, please contact me within a week to resolve the issue. Thank you!