BIRDS OF A FEATHER SHAWL
Pattern by Andrea Mowry // Knit in Ghostlace + Nouveau "I Am No Bird" ColorwayRAVELRY PROJECT PAGE
Current Mood Shawl
Pattern by Lesley Anne Robinson // Voolenvine Yarns, NouveauRavelry Project page
Triangular Shawl with textured stitches, bobbles, lace, and tassels. // Sample shown in Voolenvine Yarns, Smitten DK - "Stoker"PURCHASE PATTERN
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FEATURED KNITTING PATTERNS
CALAN MAI COWL
Inspired by a scene from one of my favorite books, A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas, and Once Upon A Corgi’s beautiful yarns. This textured cowl is knit in the round, holding a strand of fingering and lace mohair yarns double.
Beads also add a subtle, elegant sparkle, but these can be omitted if you choose.
An elegant yet cozy triangular shawl inspired by Victorian-era fashion. Many dresses featured a vertical row of buttons flanked by pintucks, piping, or lace detail, to create a “V” down the center front of the bodice. I loved the idea of recreating this style in a triangular shawl using, bobbles, lace, and textured stitches. The optional tassels add an extra bit of historical flare.
Sparkling Cider is a relaxed cloche, knit from ribbing to crown. It’s knit holding together both my Wolke and Ghost Lace yarns, to create a buttery-soft fabric with the fluffiest of halos. The hat also features a simple cabled pine tree motif. Each tree may be “topped-off” with a bead to add a subtle, festive sparkle. Of course, beads may be omitted if you choose.
Yarn bases are ethically sourced from reputable, cruelty-free, mulesing-free farms and mills around the world.
Yarn is hand dyed using professional acid dye powder in a clean, dry, smoke-free, pet-free, dedicated home studio.