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  • Classic Gossamer Triangular Shawl

    Inna Voltchkova From Knitting Traditions Fall 2014 ERRATA: After working Tier 4 chart (beginning on page 95), repeat Tier 3 twice and then do the 2 repeats of Tier 2. Dark Starz Design Cassiopeiae Lace, 50% merino/30% angora/20% silk yarn, laceweight, 315 yards (288.0 m)/28.3 gram (1.0 oz ) skein, 2...
    Posted to Patterns by Abbi Byrd on Jul 15, 2014
    Filed under: Lace, Lace Knitting, Shawl, Laceweight, knitting, Knitting Traditions Fall 2014
  • Compass Rose Shawl to Knit

    Katrina King From PieceWork July/August 2014 Jaggerspun Zephyr, 50% merino wool/50% silk yarn, laceweight, 5,040 yards (4,608.6 m)/16 ounce (453.6 g) cone, 1 cone of Copper; this project requires about 12 ounces (340 g); www.jaggeryarn.com Needles, circular, 20 and 40 inches (50 and 100 cm), and set...
    Posted to Patterns by Abbi Byrd on Jun 5, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Shawl, bead knitting, PieceWork July/August 2014, Katrina King
  • Knitting a Haapsalu Shawl

    There's something special about a knitted lace shawl. The ethereal quality is so feminine, and there's a connection to the past, both in the knitting and the wearing. Designer Nancy Bush is synonymous with knitting lace shawls, especially Estonian shawls. An example of a Haapsalu Shawl In Interweave...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Apr 25, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Stitches, Knitted Shawls, Knitting
  • 5 Grafting Myths: MYTH #5 The grafting yarn must come from the back needle

    (Plus, an excerpt from my next series of blog posts: Grafting Lace Patterns Invisibly) The origin of this grafting myth is a bit of a mystery. My guess is that it derives from the fact that for a long time, Kitchener stitch grafting was used primarily for joining live stitches on the toes of socks and...
    Posted to Inside Knits by Joni Coniglio on Apr 22, 2014
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Lace Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Fix It or Forget It?

    Fixing a miscrossed cable There seem to be two schools of knitting (with a half of a school in the middle): those who rip out rows to fix mistakes and those who keep on truckin'. I'm in the "middle school," with occasional side trips to the school of keep on truckin'. Wherever you...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Apr 21, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Knitting
  • Knitting Lab 2014

    Here’s frequent PieceWork contributor Nancy Bush to tell you about her amazing classes at this upcoming event . Interweave Knitting Lab in Manchester, New Hampshire, (May 13-18, 2014) is just a few weeks away! I’m looking forward to teaching there again this year. I enjoy Knitting Lab because...
    Posted to Needlework Traditions by Jeane Hutchins on Apr 19, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Techniques, Lace Knitting, Knitting Patterns, How To Knit, Knitting
  • The Art of Knitted Lace

    What is it about lace that captivates and intrigues us? It's light and delicate, charming and ladylike. In short, it's beautiful. Detail of the Old Shale border on Evelyn A. Clark's elegant square shawl Máire Treanor's Clones lace crocheted christening bonnet For me, lace knitting...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Apr 16, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Knitted Shawls, Knitting
  • Cast On for Summer

    I've been writing a lot about summer lately, but it's my favorite season, so please bear with me. Today's post is a visual treat—patterns that I hope will inspire you to knit something to wear this summer! Here we go! Valois Knit Shawl by Alexandra Beck is a women's tri-corner shawl...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Apr 14, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Bags, Knitting Daily, Color Knitting, Cardigan Knitting Patterns, Knitted Shawls, Knitting
  • It's the little things

    The weather is warming up and it's time to plan some small projects for the summer. None of us wants a big wool sweater piling up in our laps as we knit! I don't know about you, but I knit year-round; I just change the type of projects I work on. Summer knitting is a great time to stock up on...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Apr 11, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitted Accessories, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Knitted Hats, Knitting Gifts, Color Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Easy Knitting Patterns, Cable Knitting, Free Knitting Patterns, Holiday Projects, Summer Knitting, Knitting
  • The promise of spring!

    The Spring 2014 issue of Interweave Crochet is filled with transitional garments to crochet and wear as you shed the layers that helped ward off the bone-chilling polar vortex. Zelda Cloche by Brenda K. B. Anderson Buttercream Shawl by Annette Petavy . Garden Dress by Kristin Omdahl The Zelda Cloche...
    Posted to Needlework Traditions by Marcy Smith on Apr 8, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitting Patterns
  • Spotlight on Lace

    One of the stories in Knitscene Summer showcases lace knitting. Lace knits are perfect for summer, light, airy, and perfect to knit and wear in warmer weather. Here's a look at the lovely lace story in this issue, we hope the projects inspire you to cast on and encourage summer to get here ASAP!...
    Posted to Inside Knitscene by LouisaDemmitt on Apr 3, 2014
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Lace Knitting, Knitting
  • My Next Project: Cable Knitting Perfection

    To me, there's nothing more lovely than an intricately cabled sweater. Kathy Zimmerman is one of my favorite designers. She's known as the Cable Queen, and her sweaters are simply beautiful. Setting out to design the perfect sweater to wear on a getaway weekend at a New England B&B, Kathy...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Apr 2, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Color Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Sweater Knitting Patterns, Cable Knitting, Entrelac, Knitting
  • Corvus Shawl

    Designer Caitlin ffrench Size 52" wide and 24" tall Yarn MountainTop Vista (50% wool, 50% alpaca; 100 yd [91 m]/50 g): • #6016 alabaster, 4 hanks Yarn distributed by Classic Elite Yarns Gauge 16 sts and 24 rows = 4" in St st Tools • Size 8 (5 mm): 32" or longer circular...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Apr 26, 2013
    Filed under: Knitscene, Easy, Lace, Lace Knitting, Charts, Shawl, #4 – Medium, Ssk, Sssk, Knitscene Accessories 2013, Caitlin ffrench
  • Chinook Hat

    Designer Catherine Shields Size 22" head circumference and 8¼" high Yarn Brooklyn Tweed Loft (100% wool; 275 yd [252 m]/50 g): • #03 old world (MC), 1 skein • #22 faded quilt (CC), 1 skein Gauge 28 sts and 43 rows = 4" in St st on larger needle Tools • Size 1 (2.25...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Dec 19, 2012
    Filed under: Knitscene, Easy, Lace, Lace Knitting, Charts, Cable cast-on, Hat, Catherine Shields, #1 – Super Fine, Ssk, LLI, RLI, Knitscene Spring 2013
  • Coquette Vest

    COQUETTE VEST Adrienne Larsen Intricate lace knitting takes shape in this fitted tank. All over lace and changing needle sizes combine for a structured, feminine tank with intricate detail. Finished Size 32 (33¾, 42½, 44¼ , 51, 53)" bust circumference. Vest shown measures 32"...
    Posted to Patterns by arwilliams on Apr 19, 2012
    Filed under: Lace, Lace Knitting, Charts, Tank, Interweave Knits, shell, sleeveless, fitted, #0 – Lace, Adrienne Larsen, Interweave Knits Summer 2012
  • Clover Camisole

    Designer Heather Zoppetti Sizes 30¾ (34½, 38¼, 41¾, 45½ )" bust circumference; shown in size 30¾" Yarn Elsebeth Lavold Hempathy (41% cotton, 34% hemp, 25% modal; 153 yd [140 m]/50 g): • #17 vivid green, 4 (5, 6, 6, 7) skeins Yarn distributed by...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Mar 8, 2012
    Filed under: Knitscene, Lace, Intermediate, Lace Knitting, Charts, Kitchener Stitch, Tank, I-cord, invisible provisional cast-on, camisole, applied i-cord, Heather Zoppetti, #3 – Light, Ssk, M1L, M1R, Knitscene Summer 2012
  • Colfax Shawl

    Colfax Shawl Angela Tong Easy lace triangular shawl worked from the top down with a crochet chain bind off. Size 60" wide and 27" deep at center point, after blocking Yarn Zitron Lifestyle (100% extrafine merino wool; 170 yd [156 m]/50 g): • #59 grass, 4 balls Yarn distributed by Skacel...
    Posted to Patterns by arwilliams on Jun 28, 2011
    Filed under: Knitscene, Easy, Lace, #2 - Fine, Lace Knitting, Crochet chain, crochet bind-off, Shawl, Triangular shawl, Ssk, Knitscene Fall 2011, Angela Tong
  • Correa Hoodie

    This hooded cardigan is perfect for spring. An airy allover lace pattern helps to keep this jacket light weight and stylish. The body is knit in one piece to the underarms; the hood is worked as part of the finishing. Designer Amy Polcyn Size 36 (38½, 43½, 46, 50)" bust with fronts...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Jan 11, 2011
    Filed under: Knitscene, Lace, #4 - Medium, Intermediate, Plus Sizes, Lace Knitting, Coat, Jacket, Hood, Amy Polcyn, Knitscene Winter/Spring 2011, Ssk, Three-needle bind off, M1, Knit in one piece
  • Conifer Shawl

    A small-scale triangular lace shawl worked in worsted-weight yarn, with cables mixed in the lace pattern. This shawl requires four charts and an understanding of chart repeats. Designer Kate Gagnon Osborn Finished Size 48" wide at top and 23" deep, after blocking Yarn The Fibre Company Canopy...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Jan 19, 2010
    Filed under: Knitscene, Lace, #4 - Medium, Intermediate, Cables, Lace Knitting, invisible provisional cast-on, Shawls, Lace shawl, KnitScene Winter/Spring 2010, Kate Gagnon Osborn, Triangular shawls, Shawlette
  • Cowgirl Slipper Socks

    Womens' easy slipper socks with a delicate but simple lace repeat on the cuff. Designer Ann Budd Finished Size 8" foot circumference and 8¾" long from back of heel to tip of toe. To fit a woman’s size medium. Yarn Buffalo Gold #6 (100% buffalo; 120 yd [109 m]/50 g; Worsted...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Nov 13, 2009
    Filed under: Easy, Lace, #4 - Medium, Lace Knitting, Socks, Interweave Knits, Ann Budd, knit in the round, Interweave Knits Accessories
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