eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads
What’s in this e-book is all in the title: shawls with lace borders. Some projects will feature simple bodies with a lace edge, while some will combine lace patterns to form a stunning shawl. The shawl patterns will contain knitted-on borders where the body of the shawl is worked then additional stitches are cast on and the border is attached as you knit!
This collection consists of 6 lace shawl patterns, featuring lots of different sizes and shapes. Patterns will be released one at a time throughout February, March and April of 2015. I hope you enjoy taking this journey of color with me in this shawl collection!
Welcome to Head, Shoulders, Wrists & Toes! This is an e-book containing patterns for the aforementioned body parts. We are talking hats, shawls, mitts/mittens, and socks! All the patterns are quick knits, most of them taking a single skein of yarn. If you are looking for some quick gift-giving knits, this is the e-book for you. Hope you enjoy knitting for your head, shoulders, wrists and toes!
This shawlette is the perfect addition to your wardrobe. A semi-solid yarn in your favorite color combined with the geometric lace in this pattern and you will be turning some heads. Drape it around your shoulders and pin with a pretty shawl pin or wrap around your neck like a kerchief. And, why not some mitts to match the shawl? I don’t know about you, but as a knitter, I am rarely wearing coordinating accessories. I have been seen wearing a brightly-colored striped scarf, a pastel hat and pretty Fair Isle mittens all at the same time. So, if you have already worked up the Willoughby shawl, grab another skein of yarn and whip up these mitts. Sometimes, it’s nice to match.