Pattern Includes both fully written and charted instructions.
Instructions for the triangular small shawl (shown in gold) and crescent/nearly-square shawl (shown in blue) are included.
10% of sale proceeds from my patterns go to charity, and featured charities rotate throughout the year. Check out my Profile Page to find out which is my featured charity for this quarter.
Gauge is not important to the success of this project, and is difficult to measure over the lace pattern. I recommend experimenting with different yarns and needle sizes until you obtain a fabric you love. Do note that wide variations in gauge or needle size will affect finished measurements and amount of yarn used.
|Women, Petite, Tall|
A wonderfully misplaced, 25-year-old American odd-jobber, novelist, knitwear designer, and tech-editor, married to a wonderful man whom Im trying to talk into knitting with me and who you will often ...
A wonderfully misplaced, 25-year-old American odd-jobber, novelist, knitwear designer, and tech-editor, married to a wonderful man whom Im trying to talk into knitting with me and who you will often find on my designs page as my male knitwear model. I am a lover of all things cute and if Im not working on a new design, you can usually find me walking through sheep fields, gardening, or taking moodily lit portraits of my cat.
My list of Standard Abbreviations can be found here: http://wonkknits.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/abbreviations.html.
I give 10% of profits from my pattern sales to a charity, which rotates every quarter. This quarters charity is Anti-Slavery International. For the second quarter of 2012, 10% of sale proceeds from my patterns will go to fighting the very real and persistent problem of modern slavery around the world.
Note on pattern payments: I usually sell in GBP, so prices on Craftsy may periodically change to reflect fluctuations in exchange rates.