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Lace Border Loop Scarf – October 2016 Release

Olivia – lace border loop scarf

Combining the beauty of romantic lace and delicately accented stockinette, Olivia offers a  feminine and elegant appeal while keeping you warm and cozy. This loop scarf is equally exquisite with tonal or solid color yarn. Alternatively, use complementary colors to accentuate the eye catching lace border for a different flair. Knitted in the round, the loop scarf can be easily adjusted in circumference and height to suit your needs.

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  • Yarn: Illimani Baby Llama
    • Single-color version: 400m/440yd
    • 2-color version: 300m/330yd for main section, plus 200m/220yd for lace section
  • Gauge: 20 sts x 28 rows = 10 cm/4” square in Stockinette, blocked
  • Needle size: US size 6 (4mm) and US size 8 (5mm) – 24″ (60cm) long
  • Finished Size: 52″ (132cm) in circumference, single-color version is 9″/23cm high while 2-color version is 10″/25.5cm high

To learn more about this design and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.

Angelina cardigan – December 2014 Release

Angelina – an easy trendy cardigan

Juxtaposing relaxed silhouette with slender sleeves, Angelina perfectly captures effortless sophistication. This trendy oversized cardigan drapes beautifully into an asymmetrical hemline and is flattering for all body shapes. With ribbed cuffs and borders, Angelina is worked from top down in a simple mesh stitch pattern. This flexible pattern allows you to easily customize the look by adjusting the dimensions of the cardigan.

Angela, a crochet version of Angelina is available for purchase separately.

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  • Yarn: DK cotton; 1395 yd (1275 m); Sirdar Cotton DK
  • Gauge: 15 stitches and 30 rows = 4″ (10cm) in Mesh stitch pattern
  • Needles: US size 7 (4.5mm)  – 24″/60cm and 32″/80cm circular; US size 10 (6mm) – 24″/60cm circular
  • Size available: one size fits most; however, dimensions can be easily customized

To learn more about this design and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.

 

Getting ready for spring – Short sleeve Irene

I’ve just finished my short sleeve version of Irene made with summer yarn.  The coral pink will nicely warm up any pale winter complexion.  I’m so looking forward to the spring and wearing it outside!

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More photos and notes on how to make the short sleeve version can be found here.

My very first blog post – February 2014 Releases

Hello all,

I am excited that my new blog is up, and am happy to introduce my two latest designs in my very first blog post.  If you enjoy this blog post and wish to view more of my designs, please see my PATTERNS page or visit my online Ravelry Store for more details.

Vicky

                                                                                                        

Iris – fern lace loop scarf

Iris came about when I wanted a simple scarf to loop twice cozily around my neck in one of my favorite colors.  To add interest, I decided to embellish the scarf with a lace border in off-white. In the end, I liked the fern lace border so much that I extended it to the remainder of the scarf but in a simpler variation. Though a tad more elaborate than originally planned, the final rendition proved to be more interesting to knit. Above all, it is as beautiful as it is fun to wear.

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  • Yarn: DK; 475 – 485 yd (434 – 443 m); Sublime Yarns Baby Cashmere Merino Silk
  • Gauge: 22 stitches = 4″ (10cm) in Stockinette stitch
  • Needle size: US size 6 (4mm), 24” (60cm) circular
  • Size: 51″ (130cm) circumference, 8.5″ (22cm) wide

To learn more about this design and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.

                                                                                                        

Irene – floral lace yoke cardigan

Loving the floral lace of Cynthia and Jennifer, I have carried the floral theme into Irene. To complement the beautiful floral lace yoke, a simpler lacy stripe pattern was designed for the rest of the cardigan. Irene by far might be my most favorite pattern as I am planning to make another one with summer yarn. It’ll probably be fun to wear it to the Tulip Festival this spring to see the lovely blooms.

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  • Yarn: 4 ply fingering; 865 – 1560 yards (791 – 1426 m); Sandnes Garn Mini Alpakka
  • Gauge: 20 stitches and 10 rows = 4″ (10cm) in lacy stripes
  • Hook size: 3.5 mm (E), 3.25 mm (D)
  • Sizes available: S, M, L, 1X, 2X

To learn more about this design and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.