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Leaf Pattern Scarf

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Detail of Lace Pattern

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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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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? DK weight 3-ply merino, hand-dyed. US#8

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What are you most proud of? I'm not sure that there is anything really outstanding about this scarf. But I do like the combo of the colors and the lace pattern. I have a friend in mind who needs a long, warm scarf; so this already has a home (at least in my mind).

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This lace pattern has a varying number of stitches in each row; so it would be a good idea to place markers between patterns and make sure that each pattern ends correctly, because you can't depend on "counting" stitches to identify if something is wrong. But the pattern works very easily and is quick to memorize so it won't take long to get into the rhythm of the pattern.

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Beautiful stitch pattern and I love the colors in the yarn.

07/21/2012 Flag

Amy -- This yarn really shows the pattern. I think a US8 was the right size to work the stitch on to make sure that the yarn overs were pronounced enough to show the leaves. I love this mix of colors, too.

07/21/2012 Flag

Beautiful! The yarn makes it look like the stitch pattern almost undulates or moves and the effect is beautiful. What a lucky recipient!

07/21/2012 Flag

Carol -- in fact the lace pattern does undulate -- it isn't a constant stitch count from row to row which is why I just put a couple of stitches on the edges -- I wanted to see what it would do to the drape of the wool. As I said earlier -- I'm well pleased with the exercise.

07/21/2012 Flag

Carol -- in fact the lace pattern does undulate -- it isn't a constant stitch count from row to row which is why I just put a couple of stitches on the edges -- I wanted to see what it would do to the drape of the wool. As I said earlier -- I'm well pleased with the exercise.

07/21/2012 Flag

Este trabalho simplesmente maravilhoso!!!!

08/04/2012 Flag