After my mother died we moved to South America to live with my maternal Grandmother. She believed that idle hands were the devils work so she taught my sisters and me to knit, crochet, and ...
After my mother died we moved to South America to live with my maternal Grandmother. She believed that idle hands were the devils work so she taught my sisters and me to knit, crochet, and needlepoint. We were constantly making handle cozies for her old refrigerator. It was the kind where you pulled the handle down to open it.
After college while I was stationed at Ft. Hood and my boyfriend was stationed in Germany I made him a lap blanket, thankfully not a sweater! We've been married 20 years now. Through the ensuing years I've picked up quilting, scrap booking and beading with knitting and quilting being my two favorite passions. I started designing last year after taking Stefanie Japel's design your own shawl online class. I loved the challenge of creating something with yarn and then putting it down on paper for others to knit and enjoy. I hope you enjoy knitting my designs.
So Not Twins is a crescent shaped shawl that can be knit in two sizes. The lace border is simple enough for a beginner, while interesting enough to keep an experienced knitter engaged. The stockinette short rows give the shawl its crescent shape enabling it to be worn around the shoulders as a shawl, or around the neck as a scarf. So Not Twins would make a great transition piece between summer/fall, winter/spring, and an excellent accessory to your winter wardrobe. Enjoy!
Blocked: 16 sts = 4" in Stockinette stitch
Blocked: 14 sts = 4" in Stockinette stitch