With a shape reminiscent of a water lily pad, Monica will stay put elegantly on the shoulders to wrap you in cozy warmth. It can also be worn around the neck as a statement scarf. The lacy pattern works up quickly from the center out, ending with an eye-catching flower border that lends a romantic flair to this gorgeous piece.
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.
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.
Perfect for home or venturing out, Madeline makes a versatile layering piece that is effortlessly chic and stylish. The eye-catching lace border dresses up the simple stockinette and keeps the oversized shrug interesting to knit and beautiful to wear. The entire cardigan is worked seamlessly, and is equally exquisite with or without the sleeves.
Featuring delicate lacy shells and romantic scalloped edgings, Ava is elegantly feminine and stylishly beautiful. With its gentle A-line silhouette and handsome three-quarter length flared sleeves, Ava is a polished pick for dressing up or down. The open-front cardigan is constructed seamlessly from the top down, enabling you to adjust the length of both the sleeves and the body as desired.
It seems like a long time ago when Clair was released. I have done lots of bad stuff (mouwahaha) with this latest project of mine – frogging many times and taking lots of breaks.
Does the stitch pattern look familiar to you? It is based on the lacy shells of Ada that I really like. I definitely love the purple with the lace. I hope you like it too. (Please visit again for more details when the pattern is released in this fall.)
Ever since I had weaved in hundred of ends for 2 motif projects, I was rather discouraged to start another project of this type. However, after coming across this inspiring Japanese book “Continuous Crochet Motif” by Nihon Vogue Sha, I know I would design a piece with continuous floral motifs.
And this is it! The entire shrug is continuous and seamless! I have absolutely conquered my motif-phobia.