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Rococo Shawl


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Elegant, versatile, bold and glamorous, the Rococo Shawl makes for an enjoyable and meditative long-term project with infinitely rewarding results. This striking shawl makes splendid addition to your year-round wardrobe. Wear it with your coats and jackets to stay toasty and in style through the coldest days of the year, or keep it close and ready to wrap and envelop you on chilly nights and brisk mornings at any time of the year. Sexy and ultra-feminine, the shawl would make a marvelous evening-wear or special occasion companion, too. The Rococo Shawl is a hit with brides and bridesmaids. ** Wood Shawl pins shown here are available for sale in several shapes (square, oval, diamond, etc). Please visit BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should know how to knit, purl, and be familiar with basic increases and decreases. GAUGE 19 sts. and 28 rows = 4 inches (10cm) (in pattern stitch) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approximately 14 inches by 55 inches, blocked

Supplies Needed

  • 880 yards of Worsted weight yarn
  • Tapestry needle
  • US 8 (5 mm) 36 inch circular needles (or size necessary to obtain gauge)

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Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art
Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art
I am a wearable fiber artist and designer-maker of hand-knit and crochet fashion accessories, clothing, and textile jewelry. I have been experimenting with textures, colors, shapes, and drape since 2007. Each piece in my collection is an original design, created entirely by hand, one stitch at a time, in New York. I work almost exclusively with natural materials, including merino wool, baby alpaca, silk, cashmere, and fine cottons. I exhibit my designs at juried contemporary fine craft & design shows, including American Craft Council Show, CraftBoston, and others. In Fall 2014 I will be part of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Featured in numerous print and online publications, my work was honored with the 2014 NICHE Award in Fashion Accessories.