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  • Thistle and Fern Shawl

    This shawl was designed for a Scottish lass who worked on a New Zealand Merino farm before returning to Scotland to be married. Her New Zealand employer asked me to design a shawl and spin the yarn from one of their Merino fleeces. The shawl combines the New Zealand fern and the Scotch thistle. This...
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
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  • Rosebud Faroese-Style Shawl

    This shawl, which is based on the traditional Faroese method, fits neatly over the shoulders. A cascade of diamonds flows down the center back to the tip of the lower point. This pattern can be found in Margaret Stove's Wrapped in Lace.
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
  • New Zealand Tribute to Orenburg

    This shawl combines traditional Orenburg motifs such as peas, fish eyes, and diamonds, along with New Zealand ferns and other elements. This pattern can be found in Margaret Stove's Wrapped in Lace. GET THIS PATTERN FREE ONLINE: This special 18-page bonus pattern is available for free by visiting...
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
  • Lacy Diamond Circular Shawl

    This is an easy, fun-to-knit shawl that is reversible and avoids complicated decreases. The construction of the shawl is a very old short-row method that has been modified to produce pyramid-shaped wedges rather than spirals. The points of the border are adapted to accommodate a trio of lacy diamonds...
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
  • Lace Medallion Shawl

    The lace Medallion shawl has an edging inspired by an antique Italian knitted lace design worked on a stockinette-stitch base. This makes an interesting surface contrast with the garter-stitch texture of the short-rowed sections. Be careful to read the chart correctly to make sure that the “chains”...
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
  • Kowhai and Fern Shawl

    This shawl was designed at the request of a knitter living in Australia who remembered the Kowhai in the Wairarapa north of Wellington, New Zealand. Incorporating flowers and ferns, it represents the unique beauty of the country. This pattern can be found in Margaret Stove's Wrapped in Lace.
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
  • Granny Cheynes Shetland Shawl

    This shawl is based on the one i restored for the family of a Mrs. cheyne; at least one other of the many shawls she knitted is currently in existence and used for special occasions. This shawl is knitted in a variety of shetland patterns, indicating her level of expertise as an accomplished shetland...
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
  • Filmy Fern Shawl

    I designed this shawl to complete this journey of lace knitting shawls. the fern is an emblem of new Zealand, though it appears as a knitting pattern in some form in most lace traditions. It celebrates both the usefulness of charts in lace knitting and the very fine yarns that show lace patterns beautifully...
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
  • 1939 Christening Shawl

    This shawl is based on one my mother and grandmother knitted for me as a baby. Working from a photograph and my memory, I created a design that is almost identical to the original pattern, which a friend of mine later discovered in her collection.This pattern can be found in Margaret Stove's Wrapped...
    Posted to Wrapped in Lace by mekincannon on Nov 5, 2010
    Filed under: knitted pattern, Wrapped in Lace, lace shawl, knittted shawl, lace pattern, Margaret Stove, shawl, shawl pattern
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