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Another Patricia

Yay, spring is finally here! And I just finished knitting another Patricia shrug, this time for me, with the knit border in the beautiful deep red Illimani Santi. I like shrugs, they are so chic and easy to wear, and are perfect for the cool spring weather. The Patricia shrug has all the elements I love: leaf lace, bobbles, eyelets and texture ribbing. I especially love the pretty leaf pattern on the sleeves. What do you think?

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Leaf Pattern Shrug – October 2017 Release

Patricia – leaf pattern cardigan

A versatile layering piece, Patricia is packed with beautiful details: eye-catching lace leaves gracing the three-quarter sleeves; delicate sprinkling of pretty eyelets; and a crochet lace border providing an extra touch of femininity. The shrug is constructed in two separate halves, each knitted sideways from cuff to center back. The two halves are joined together using three-needle bind off. Pattern also includes instructions for a textured rib border as a knit option.

  • Yarn: Illimani SANTI 685 – 959 yards (626 – 877 m)
  • Gauge: 21 sts x 28 rows = 10cm/4″ square in Reverse Stockinette, blocked
  • Knitting needles:
    • 3.5mm(US-4): 60cm/24” circular (or straight)
    • 4.5mm(US-7): 60cm/24” circular; set of double pointed
    • For knitted border option: 4mm(US-6) circular
  • Crochet hooks:
    • For crochet border option: 3mm and 3.5mm(US-E/4)
  • Available sizes: S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X

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

New Kits in Town!

Two of my babies —  Iris and Jennifer — are now new “kits” in town!  The kits (pattern + yarn) are now available for purchase on the Craftsy site – the Iris kit can be purchased here, and the Jennifer kit is here with many colors to choose from.

Iris – fern lace loop scarf (knit)

Iris - fern lace loop scarfFeaturing a classic fern lace stitch pattern and scalloped edges, this knitted loop scarf makes an elegant accessory to your wardrobe. Usage of soft contrasting colors and variation in the fern lace stitches set off the eye-catching lace border beautifully. This pattern is equally lovely with single color or tonal yarn. Knitted in the round, the scarf can be easily adjusted in circumference and width to suit your needs.

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

 

Jennifer – floral lace cowl (crochet)

Jennifer - floral lace loop scarf

This crochet pattern offers 4 fashionable sizes:

  • a chic short version that works up quickly,
  • an elegant long version you can adorn with a favourite pin,
  • a versatile extra long version that serves as a loop scarf, and
  • a cozy oversize version that can also function as a shoulder warmer.

The flexible pattern can also be adjusted in circumference, as well as in width, to suit your needs.

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

Crochet the winter blues away – March 2014 Release

Charlotte – leaf lace cowl

Inspired by a sprig of florist greenery in the midst of winter, Charlotte is a fun and quick project to make. While crocheting this lacy cowl, I often couldn’t help but hold it up high to enjoy seeing the light streaming through the lace and bringing the beautiful leaves and vines pattern to life. It sure is a great way to crochet the winter blues away.

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  • Yarn: 4  ply fingering; 325yd (297m); Katia Lino 100%
  • Gauge: 1 horizontal pattern repeat = 3″ (7.5cm), 1 vertical pattern repeat = 1-3/8″ (3.7cm)
  • Hook size: US size B/1 (2.25mm)
  • Size: 35″ (89cm) circumference, 9″ (23cm) wide

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