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PDXBeth's Rikke

PDXBeth's Rikke

Ravelry: PDXBeth's Map of Oz Yarn: Merilon by Black Trillium Fibres

Ravelry: PDXBeth's Map of Oz Yarn: Merilon by Black Trillium Fibres

Black Trillium Fibres Prime Gradient Yarn Kit

Black Trillium Fibres Prime Gradient Yarn Kit

Ravelry: Goloring pattern by M K Nance

Goloring pattern by M K Nance

Ravelry: Goloring pattern by M K Nance

Ravelry: januaryone's Knitblogger Reunion Shawl - Tidewater Gradient

januaryone's Knitblogger Reunion Shawl

Ravelry: januaryone's Knitblogger Reunion Shawl - Tidewater Gradient

florine shawl by kat coyle in the new Knitty.com issue (Deep Fall 2012!) - gorgeous!

florine shawl by kat coyle in the new Knitty.com issue (Deep Fall 2012!) - gorgeous!

Darla Fanton's Rose Trellis Shawlette - 2015 RCYC Mystery Crochet-along pattern. Originally hooked in Fjord & Jade Lilt Sock.

Darla Fanton's Rose Trellis Shawlette - 2015 RCYC Mystery Crochet-along pattern. Originally hooked in Fjord & Jade Lilt Sock.

11/16/2015 - Algiers Pattern by Kirsten Kapur Shown in colorway Fluoro

11/16/2015 - Algiers Pattern by Kirsten Kapur Shown in colorway Fluoro

Named for the fantasy novel by Canadian author, Guy Gavriel Kay, Ysabel is a crescent-shaped shawl knit primarily in squishy garter stitch. The shawl’s defining feature are the short row shaped stripes that are designed to highlight the gorgeous variegated colors of hand-painted yarns. A photo tutorial is provided on my blog for how to work the short-row sections.

Ysabel pattern by Brandy Velten

Named for the fantasy novel by Canadian author, Guy Gavriel Kay, Ysabel is a crescent-shaped shawl knit primarily in squishy garter stitch. The shawl’s defining feature are the short row shaped stripes that are designed to highlight the gorgeous variegated colors of hand-painted yarns. A photo tutorial is provided on my blog for how to work the short-row sections.

I love a good rustic yarn, Lopi and Jamieson & Smith top my list of favorites. So when I saw Clara Parkes’ next single batch yarn was from Shetland, I very impulsively purchased two skeins. While I considered joining in the Hapalong and turning it into a traditional Shetland Hap, none of the patterns I came across seemed quite special enough for this beautiful yarn. So I came up with my own simple shawl inspired by the Shetland Hap. It is a triangular top down shawl, with a simple lace…

Bonnie Banks Shawl pattern by Beatrice Perron Dahlen

I love a good rustic yarn, Lopi and Jamieson & Smith top my list of favorites. So when I saw Clara Parkes’ next single batch yarn was from Shetland, I very impulsively purchased two skeins. While I considered joining in the Hapalong and turning it into a traditional Shetland Hap, none of the patterns I came across seemed quite special enough for this beautiful yarn. So I came up with my own simple shawl inspired by the Shetland Hap. It is a triangular top down shawl, with a simple lace…

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