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Katerin - back

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 Clothing
Yarn Weight Light Fingering (3 ply)
Sizing Women, Girls
Style Retro Vintage, Romantic, Formal Bridal, Classic, Traditional
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What needles did you use? US 6 / 4.0 mm / UK 8

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What materials did you use? one skein of butterfly sock in colorway Robin's egg (annieyarn.com) six stitch markers ton of pins circular needle 4,0mm

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First: great course! It gave me all the infos I needed to improvise this design - I am watching it the second time now :). Second: I love this yarn. It is so incredibly soft and has a great stitch definition! I really recommend it to you all! Katerin is a lace shawl for Cinderella's first ball. Imagine it on her shoulders with a dark silver ball dress. Lovely. It has a unique pansies-and-tulips pattern and a dove-feather border. Pattern will be published soon!

01/22/2014 Flag

The center panel is really lovely and accents the overall shape and flow!

01/23/2014 Flag

Thank you :-D

01/24/2014 Flag

It's lovely.

01/29/2014 Flag

You make me smile!! I will publish the pattern in February/March. :-)

01/31/2014 Flag