Orchard Blossoms Shawl
Orchard Blossoms Shawl
This generously sized shawl features eyelet motifs that resemble round, open blossoms with six petals in the central section, tighter buds in the smaller side panels, and a mesh border that represents the spent petals that fall to the ground after fertilization occurs and fruit begins to form. Inspired by apple orchards. Designed by Nancy Lekx [email protected]
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Comfort Crescent Shawl
Comfort Crescent Shawl
Shawls come in different shapes, some cover more and others less. Some shawls, like this crescent shawl are perfect to wear even as a scarf. And on a rainy day, it keeps the shoulders warm. It's perfect for office wear too all year round especially if your desk is just below an air vent? Knit up in Red Heart Chic Sheep, 100% wool, so soft you won't want to take it off. Designed by Lisa Gentry www.redheart.com
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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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