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Light and airy, the Misty Vales Stole features beautiful Shetland lace motifs in an undulating design, evocative of the hills and dales on a misty Scottish day.
This slim-fitting lace and texture cardigan features delicate ruffles at the lower edges and a pretty floral lacy border. A simple series of eyelets creates the illusion of soft ribbing, adding a gentle texture to the garment. The waist shaping is worked with a smaller needle size rather than decreases. It can be omitted if desired.
This elegant pullover features Japanese stitch lace knitting patterns in a decorative peplum with matching sleeve cuffs and rich, textured lace panels. Gentle waist shaping creates a feminine outline and the picot neck edge draws attention to the face.
Puffy cocoons are outlined by waving knit stitches. On the opposite side, purl stitches outline the cocoons for a different, but equally attractive look and a reversible fabric. Ends may be finished with the simple scalloped lace edging or choose the plain garter stitch borders.
The shawl is shown in a fine lace weight yarn, but would also work in slightly heavier yarns. Designed for the adventurous knitter, this heirloom quality shawl makes a special, life affirming gift.
This pattern was originally designed for Year of Lace 2008. Revised in 2009 for Fiber Trends. Shawl is made in two halves, from the narrow ends to the middle, then the two halves are grafted together Size: 22” (56 cm) wide by up to 80” ( (203 cm) long after blocking.
The Whisper Scarves are soft wisps inspired by Orenburg lace patterns and both are included in one pattern. The top scarf is an unusual oval shape and the bottom scarf is a rectangle. These are garter stitch scarves, but there is lace patterning on both sides.
The Four Seasons Scarves are lacy interpretations of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.
Lorelei is a maidenly little jacket to wear over skirts or jeans. Lace panels featuring Japanese stitch patterns (large charts are provided) add a special touch, but all shaping is easily worked in the stocking stitch areas.
This harmonious trio of scarves uses three lace patterns to create three different silhouettes — a knitterly sonata written in three parts. Elegant and feminine, you’ll make your own music when wearing these scarves! Pattern includes all three designs. Worked in garter stitch, all are recommended for Intermediate lace knitters.
The Peacock Feathers Stole is a stylized version of a peacock's tail in full display, from the small feathers at the top of the peacock's back, down to the dramatic sweep of the tail.
Recommended for Advanced Intermediate knitters.
These small, delicate shawls are slightly crescent-shaped, which helps them to stay in place — their delicate wings will settle as light as feathers on the shoulders.
These two scarves come as a package—two patterns in one. Each scarf uses only one 2-oz pre-wound ball of our JaggerSpun Zephyr 2/18 Lace Weight yarn.
A most exquiite and unique shawl. The word “arabesque” is a musical term which means “decorative musical material or composition based on florid embellishment.” We think this lacy stole exemplifies the word in knitterly terms, being decoratively embellished with lovely lace throughout! Advanced intermediate knitters, but don't be shy - go ahead and try.
Three pretty, lace scarves reflect expressions of love in their patterning. The pink scarf is called “I Love You” and features a heart motif. The yellow scarf is called “Say it with Flowers” and has little lace flowers sprigged overall. The violet scarf is called “Hugs and Kisses” and features “X”s and “O”s to symbolize hugs and kisses.
The Florence Scarves were inspired by the design of a simple scarf seen in a shop window in Florence, Italy. The rectangular scarf is knit from end to end and has a deep, knotted fringe. The triangular scarf is started at the top and then increased to the bottom edge where it is finished with a frill. Both designs are included in the pattern. Recommended for Advanced Beginners.
The Peacock Feathers Shawl is a stylized version of a peacock's tail in full display, from the small feathers at the top of the peacock's back, down to the dramatic sweep of the tail.
Recommended for Advanced Intermediate knitters.
The Lily of the Valley Stole is a pretty and feminine wrap, featuring traditional Estonian lace patterns. Little bobbles called "nupps" create the illusion of lovely Lily of the Valley flowers.
Recommended for Intermediate knitters.
The Flirty Ruffles Shawl is an elegant wrap featuring the famous traditional Shetland Lace "Print o' the Wave" stitch pattern. The ruffles add an unexpected and flirty touch, and swirl enticingly as you move around.
Laced with grace, this feminine pullover features a generous lace rib at the waist and cuffs, with a very pretty “leaf” lace pattern for the body. The deep “V” neck is also worked in lace rib. This figure-flattering top looks lovely over a pretty camisole. Advanced intermediate knitters.
The graceful Minuette design flows softly over the body and it is enhanced with an elegant lace peplum, cuffs and neckline. The 3/4-length sleeves and gently fitted waist add to the feminine appeal. Intermediate knitterns
This pretty cardigan is gently shaped at the waist for a flattering fit. The pretty lace detail adds to the flared effect at the bottom edge and sleeves.
Stunning lace shawl inspired by the designs of the beautiful paisley shawls of the 19th century using Shetland lace motifs. It is an interpretation in lace of a long shawl dating from about 1820, and features original lace motifs of botehs (the small motifs filling the middle ground of the shawl) and larger “paisley” patterns.
The Flower-Poncho Poncho is a fanciful salute to the retro fashions of the '60s, but prettily updated for today’s fashions.
This pattern adapts the Shetland Feather and Fan lace stitch pattern, incorporating the well known fan shape in both the scarf and hand warmers. The larger 'fans' on the beginning and ending borders of the scarf create a feminine flare. This pattern is written for Lace, Fingering, DK (Double Knitting) and Worsted Weight yarns.
These little one-ball neck warmers make perfect gifts. In each case only one two (2) oz ball of yarn is required, so they are inexpensive and quick to knit. The variety of styles offered will keep your knitting interesting, and you could easily create a whole wardrobe of them.