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I am a fiber arts designer based in New York City. My knitting and crochet designs have been published in Knitscene, Knit Simple and PetitePurls.com. Most recently I have a design included in the ...
I am a fiber arts designer based in New York City. My knitting and crochet designs have been published in Knitscene, Knit Simple and PetitePurls.com. Most recently I have a design included in the book Knit Noro Accessories. I am a certified knitting teacher through the Craft Yarn Council of America's Certified Instructors Program.
In my spare time, I like to weave, spin yarn, sew and bake. I am as passionate about crafting as I am about food. Photographing my crafting and food adventures is a daily habit of mine.
LaReine was inspired by my summer vacations at the Jersey Shore. Every year, we stay at my friend's beach house on LaReine Ave in Bradley Beach. Every time I look at the shawl, it reminds me of the ocean and the countless hours my family and friends have spent frolicking in the waves.
This pattern has both written directions and charts. Although, it was designed to use up one skein of sock yarn, it can be easily customized to a larger size. There are instructions on how to make the shawl larger.
This is a triangular shawl and it is knit from the center back to the bottom edge. The knitting skills you will need to know are: yarn overs, knit 2 stitches together, make 1, and slip slip knit.
5 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch in stockinette