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There, sure enough, in gilt letters of goodly size, was the magic name of PICKWICK!
~ Charles Dickens, The Pickwick Papers (1837-37)
This shawl is soft, warm, and magical in every way. The magic not comes from the subtle sparkle in the yarn but in the fact that this piece can worn in a variety of ways. Pattern uses my own hand dyed fingering weight yarn; Sparkle base; in color- Woodland Magick.
This shawlette also has a companion with the Knight's Shawl. Both patterns are available as an e-book called the Pickwick Court.
My mother taught me how to crochet 20 years ago and my love for it has just grown from there.
More recently, I have found the courage after so many years to start designing and creating my own patterns. I have also branched out and began to dye my own yarn to go along with the wonderful designs that I have floating around in my head.