I'll be in Atlanta/Marietta area on Sunday March 2. Didn't someone mention a Sunday knitting group?
I'm working on a clerical stole for my nephew (since he wants an entire set in *all* of the litrugical colours; plus his wife is also a priest - and can't show that much favoritism it acutally means t
He knit the 'Swirl Leaf Doily ' - now he wants to make it bigger, better, larger then before, but gain some softness and lightness.
attached is yet another pattern - this one was a square psudeo-shetland shawl I knit for a couple's first anniversary a while back.
I mentioned 'Kvetching Up' was running a design contest for this shawl - I suppose I should show you the shawl in progress. . .
attached are two charts - one of a pattern as found in written instructions, the second re-written to make a lot more sense to me.
The hostess/list goddess of my MMarioKKnits group is running a contest for a piece of artwork that can be used as a logo for an upcoming design of mine...'Artemis' a circular shawl with a moon goddess
I derived this pattern from a "kendel" lace pattern in a late 1800's pattern book.
PDF file attached. The question was asked how would one knit the 'Faux Spanish' as a stole...I answered when the question was asked - but this version is a bit more "elegant" in it's simplicity.
This got written for the KR retreat in November -- and I blame it all on A*n*y*i*; who denies responsibility....but it's her fault anyway...
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