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undulate

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So, I got this random message on Etsy.

She’s from Washington, loves my stuff, la la la, would I knit her a shawl with this yarn she’s had for ages?

I generally don’t knit with other people’s yarn as my motto is “Life is too short to knit with shitty yarn.”

Why everyone thinks the $2 balls of yarn from Michael’s is anything but disaster is beyond me.

Anyhow, I was half right.  The yarn was a really interesting, quality blend of cotton and rayon from Blue Heron, but not so fun with which to knit lace.

It was really nubbly and getting a stitch pattern to show up at all, let alone look fabulous, was a sisyphean task.

She originally wanted me to knit my Triple Crown Shawl for her, but I convinced her that I could come up with something that would suit the yarn better.

I think I’m going to call it Undulate as the stitch has more to do with movement than form.

The pictures are of less than high quality, but Husband’s iPhone was all that was available at the time.  It did the job.

The pattern will be made available as soon as I knit it out of some fingering weight yarn.

Priory Shawl

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Priory
by Angela Roberge

Bottoms up!

If you’re like me, by the time you get to the end of your shawlette, you’re aching for it to be over – even if it is a great pattern with great yarn. The construction of this shawl is a Godsend for knitters with a short attention span. Starting with a large number of stitches, each row gets gradually shorter making actually finishing this object a breeze.

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$6.00 USD

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There are two pattern alternatives from which to choose. Follow the Stockinette Version for a shawlette with a wide lace edge and stockinette stitch upper. Follow the All-Lace Version for a shawlette whose lace just won’t quit.

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Vaulted Shawl

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Vaulted
by Angela Roberge

Bottoms up!

If you’re like me, by the time you get to the end of your shawlette, you’re aching for it to be over – even if it is a great pattern with great yarn. The construction of this shawl is a Godsend for knitters with a short attention span. Starting with a large number of stitches, each row gets gradually shorter making actually finishing this object a breeze.

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$6.00 USD

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There are two pattern alternatives from which to choose. Follow the Stockinette Version for a shawlette with a wide lace edge and stockinette stitch upper. Follow the All-Lace Version for a shawlette whose lace just won’t quit.

 

 

a touch of frost

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A Touch of Frost
by Angela Roberge


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$5.00 USD

This cowl is the perfect accessory for one who refuses to give up style for warmth.

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Materials:
Classy by Dream in Color – Ruby River 100g/250y
24” circular needles 5.0 mm
Stitch markers

Finshed Measurements:
18” high x 26” circumference

Triple Crown Shawl

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Triple Crown Shawl
by Angela Roberge

Bottoms up!

If you’re like me, by the time you get to the end of your shawlette, you’re aching for it to be over – even if it is a great pattern with great yarn.  The construction of this shawl is a Godsend for knitters with a short attention span.  Starting with a large number of stitches, each row gets gradually shorter making actually finishing this object a breeze.


$6.00 USD

There are two pattern alternatives from which to choose. Follow the Stockinette Version for a shawlette with a wide lace edge and stockinette stitch upper. Follow the All-Lace Version for a shawlette whose lace just won’t quit.

Remiges Shawl

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Remiges
by Angela Roberge

Bottoms up!

If you’re like me, by the time you get to the end of your shawlette, you’re aching for it to be over – even if it is a great pattern with great yarn.  The construction of this shawl is a Godsend for knitters with a short attention span.  Starting with a large number of stitches at the bottom edge, each row gets gradually shorter making actually finishing this object a breeze.

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$6.00 USD

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There are two pattern alternatives from which to choose. Follow the Stockinette Version for a shawlette with a wide lace edge and stockinette stitch upper. Follow the All-Lace Version for a shawlette whose lace just won’t quit.
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Materials:
Sea Wool by Fleece Artist – Blackberry 115g/325m
32” circular needles 3.0 mm
32” circular needles 6.0 mm (for cast on, only)
Stitch markers

Finished Measurments:
46” wide, 19” high