Created by: Bob Bob
Project

Clarus in Ivory

What are you most proud of? My new found passion to make lace. It always looked too hard to tackle. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't give up on this pattern. Slow down and enjoy the process and use markers and anything else it takes to following stitch by stitch until the natural rythm of the stitch progression kicks in. I used two magnetic boards for the charts. The large one flat on my table and the smaller (midway design) on a fold out tent-shape right beyond it the row I was doing and it butted up right against the larger design, so I did not have to move anything until I finished each row, then just scooted the tent up one. See my third photo.

You Can Make This

Bob Bob made Clarus in Ivory with:

Mastering Lace Shawls

Online Class

Mastering Lace Shawls

with Laura Nelkin

  • CoBaSi by Hikoo (cotton/bamboo/Silk/Nylon)

Project Description

What are you most proud of? My new found passion to make lace. It always looked too hard to tackle. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't give up on this pattern. Slow down and enjoy the process and use markers and anything else it takes to following stitch by stitch until the natural rythm of the stitch progression kicks in. I used two magnetic boards for the charts. The large one flat on my table and the smaller (midway design) on a fold out tent-shape right beyond it the row I was doing and it butted up right against the larger design, so I did not have to move anything until I finished each row, then just scooted the tent up one. See my third photo.

Q&A with Bob Bob

2Elizaboo asked:
Beautiful! How do you like the yarn? I'd like to try a non-wool.
Bob Bob answered:
I love this yarn. It is a wee bit stretchy, so you can really get in and work those stitches, and it goes right back into place.

Skill Level

Intermediate