3/8/11

Pattern Release: Dunes and Waves

This stunning stole is feminine, romantic and not difficult to make.

If you have never knitted lace, this is a good first project: no sew-on lacy edges, no provisional cast-ons, no kitchener stitches.
You start at the one end of the stole, and finish at the other. The pattern will do the rest. It will create the waves and pointy tips. Pattern uses one of the signature stitches of Estonian Lace: a twisted stitch also known as gathered 2x2 stitch.
 
 

The model is knitted from a light-weight lace yarn, but any weight lace yarn can be used instead.

Materials
Yarn: 75 g of lace weight yarn
(~ 1300 yards/100 g)
Tools: needles US size 4 (3.5 mm)
Finished size: 24 x 71 inch (60 x 180 cm)

I am offering the pattern for this shawl for sale as 
an instant  PDF download. 
Please note: pattern is charted. 
 Your cost: $4.00 via Raverly / PayPal 


Thank you!
Happy Knitting Everyone!

5 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Absolutna perfekcja!!!

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  2. This is a beautiful shawl. You have captured the delicate style of Estonian Lace without using grafting. What more can you ask of Lace Knitting? Thanks for a lovely inspirational piece.

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  3. this pattern is gorgeous, and it definds what a women that is very feminin would wear. To make it for my special friend that is a wheel chair and is a very large women do I just continue the patteren a bit. Thanks for making women feel like a women again. Barbara barbaraeckhart@ yahoo.com

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