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Ravelry: Interview With The Vampire pattern by Lily Go

Interview With The Vampire

1833 Dark Rose/Light Rose Red shawl is in colourway “Sour Cherry” with Toho Beads silverlined light topas

Ravelry: Dangling Conversation pattern by Mindy Ross

Dangling Conversation pattern by Mindy Ross

So lovely with the pastel colour changes, Ravelry: Dangling Conversation pattern by Mindy Ross -

Ravelry: Arroyo pattern by Sarah H. Wolf - knit long ways - Mom thinking about knitting

UPDATE After more than four years, I am no longer offering pattern support on Arroyo. If you have questions, please search the forums to see if your issue has been answered.

Ravelry: Strutting Peacock Lace Shawl pattern by Anna Victoria

Strutting Peacock Lace Shawl pattern by Anna Victoria

Strutting Peacock is a lace all over crescent shape design worked top down. Modest Peacock (is there such a thing?) version features stockinette stitch and beads to create contrast for the lace border.

Bird cherry by Natalia Sha

Bird cherry pattern by Natalia Sha

Ravelry: Earth pattern by Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits)

Earth pattern by Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits)

Ravelry: Moonraker pattern by Lakshmi Juneja

Moonraker pattern by Lakshmi Juneja

Rahymah | Rahymah Handworks

Ravelry: Nigella pattern by Rahymah Nigella is the second design of the Hidden Flowers Collection. The pattern offers two versions: all over lace and stockinette body, with written and charted instructions

Amikoj is a triangle shaped shawl, knitted from the top down. It starts with a tiny garter stitch foundation triangle. Pattern for the stockinette part is written only;

Ravelry: Princess and The Pea pattern by Lily Go

Princess and The Pea pattern by Lily Go

Ravelry: Mountain Ash pattern by Natalia Sha

Mountain Ash pattern by Natalia Sha

The sample shawl in these photos has been worked on US 0 – needles from 69 g oz) YarnStories Laceweight wool yarn in colorway brown rust (lace edging) and 125 g oz) Teksrena Knitti.

Ravelry: Earth pattern by Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits)

Earth pattern by Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits)

This shawl begins as a top down triangular shawl, with increases at edges and center back. Then wings are formed by increasing into the ribbed edging, then working the new stitches in the stitch pattern, with their own increases. The shawl continues in the same traveling rib pattern for both body and wings. The construction of this shawl gives it a very ergonomic shape, which is easy to wear and does not slip off the shoulders.

Haystack Mountain Shawl pattern by Beatrice Perron Dahlen

A triangular shawl with mitered wings, Beatrice Perron Dahlen’s Haystack Mountain Shawl will wrap you in warmth and the traveling rib texture will shine decorously knit up in Elemental Affects Civility Fingering.

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