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Displacement

Created in this Craftsy Course

Lace Shawl Design taught by Miriam Felton

Embrace the complexities of lace as you learn to design shawl patterns that flow logically and organically from one stitch pattern to the next.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Whimsical
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What materials did you use? The Plucky Knitter "Plucky Traveler' - Merino/Yak/Silk yarn

jimiknits on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? The final outcome. It surprised me how different it looked from how I envisaged - in a good way!

jimiknits on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be so ambitious to begin with! Although, it never hurts to go out on a limb and create a headache for yourself. You just might be lucky with the result, like I was!

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Gorgeous! the yarn features the pattern so well. I bet it feels yummy!

07/14/2013 Flag

Thank you! It does, it's really soft and has a lovely drape.

07/19/2013 Flag

Can you please tell us what yarn you used. It looks like it might have some linen in it but I could be completely nuts. There is something so sharp and appealing about it. You have done a lovely job.

08/09/2013 Flag

Thank you! The yarn is from The Plucky Knitter (www.thepluckyknitter.com) called 'Plucky Traveler' - Merino/Yak/Silk combo.

08/16/2013 Flag

I love the use of texture and pattern, very effective and beautiful

07/04/2014 Flag

Thank you!

07/15/2014 Flag

What a lovely job! I really love that stitch pattern, with the biasing creating lots of movement, I'm so glad you shared the pictures!

08/11/2014 Flag

Thank you so much!

08/15/2014 Flag