Double Horseshoe Wedding Shawl
Double Horseshoe Wedding Shawl
In Great Britain, and some areas of North America, a horseshoe is considered a symbol of good luck. An ornately decorated, fabric horseshoe is often given to a bride to carry down the aisle at her wedding. It has double the luck, because not only is it knitted in the shape of a horseshoe, the lace pattern in this piece is called the horseshoe pattern. The challenge for this piece was ‘bending’ the lace into a horseshoe shape. I achieved it by doubling number of stitches on a repeat at intervals around the curve. Designed by Cynthia MacDougall www.CGKnitters.ca blog: cgknitters.blogspot.com ravelry name: macknitnow
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Afghan Scraps Cushion Tops Pattern
Afghan Scraps Cushion Tops
If you ever knit an afghan and had some leftover yarn, this is the project to complement your afghan. Inspired by her knitted afghan, Cynthia MacDougall designed this zany cushion top to match the afghan using only leftover yarn. Designed by Cynthia MacDougall www.CGKnitters.ca blog: cgknitters.blogspot.com ravelry name: macknitnow
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Berner Oberland Cabled Pullover
Berner Oberland Cabled Pullover
A quick knit, and versatile cable that can be shift up or down. Make it your own, with this easy to follow pattern. Designed by Jacqueline Grice KnitswissYarns www.KnitswissYarns.com Ravelry: Knitswiss
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Tiny tot toques
Tiny tot toques
Tiny Toques is meant for preemies, but it can be very easily adaptable for children of any age. This is a perfect project to use up your left over yarn. Cecilia Doyle & Smith Reid [email protected]
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