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Champs Fleuris


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'Champs fleuris', or field of flowers, is inspired by the breathtaking view of countryside fields were I used to spend my childhood vacation in Quebec. It is both resolutely feminine and warm at the same time, making it a perfect accessory for a countryside escape or a touch of glamour to your city outfit. This gorgeous shawl is available in 2 sizes, a smaller kerchief size and a large full size shawl. It is worked from the bottom up, starting with the ruffles. A line of daisy pictorial lace follows, delimited by 2 Vikkel Braids and then a body of paquerette stitch finishes the shawl. There are 2 options available for the paquerette stitch section: one with the flower motif aligned with the spine of the shawl and another with the flower motif scattered. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Increase using yo Decrease using cdd, k2tog and ssk Cast on using knitted cast on method Make a Vikkel Braid Work lace using chart GAUGE 20 sts over 28 rows blocked in stockinette stitch over 4 inches square SUGGESTED YARN 420 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Madelinetosh Tosh Light COLORWAY Rose

Supplies Needed

  • Yarn for small size: 1 skein of Cascade Yarns Heritage silk (fingering weight, 85% superwash merino, 15% mulberry silk, 437 yds per 100 gr skeins) in color '5630'
  • Yarn for large size : 2 skeins of Madelinetosh Tosh light (fingering weight, 100% superwash merino, 420 yds per 100gr skeins) in color 'Rose'
  • OR 420 (840) yds of fingering weight wool of your choice

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I have been designing since 2008 and started being more professionally interested during the year 2010. I focus my designs on my own selfish interests: garments and accessories for boys (or unisex, of course), women and occasionally men. Find all of my patterns on my website: Follow my progress and stop to leave a comment or suggestion on my blog!