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Esther, a lacy V-shaped shawl, is the perfect accessory to cover bare shoulders on a breezy summer evening.
It is knitted in different directions. The easy garter stitch lace border is worked first side to side. Then stitches are picked up to work the body bottom up. Its oval shape helps to stay on the shoulders.
The name of this design was inspired by a wonderful friend!
Col 1, approx. 305 yards / 279 m fingering weight yarn
Col 2, approx. 260 yards / 238 m fingering weight yarn (
570 yards of Fingering weight
Fiber related arts have a long tradition in my family. As I child I was surrounded by knitting/crocheting aunts and my grandmother always dreamed about having her own yarn shop.
Moving from Switzerland to the US several years ago I rediscovered these roots and became a not only a Lismi, a person who knits in Swiss German, but a designer and fiber enthusiast.