Marduta pattern by Anna Lipinska
I designed and knitted this shawl just for fun of creating a shawl that could look good both on the right and wrong sides. The pattern alternates knit and purl, which gives a different aspect on the wrong side and there are some who like the ‘reverse’ even more than the ‘front’.
Scivias pattern by Xandy Peters
The Scivias shawl is inspired by the dramatic illuminated scenes in Hildegard von Bingen’s text of the same name. The title Scivias comes from the Latin word for knowledge, and this project is designed to build your knowledge of the stacked stitch technique. The shawl begins with a floral center and grows into tiers of flaming chevrons. The border is the most complex section, densely filled with winding rows of color stripes
truebluemeandyou: “ DIY Free Pattern Shipwreck Shawl. Reblogged from someone else earlier, but I always wanted to show the different angles of this amazing scarf with 5000 optional Czech glass seed...
HUMMINGBIRD PAIR Watercolor Bird Art, Flower Print by Dean Crouser
"STOPPING BY" limited edition watercolor hummingbird print from an original painting by Dean Crouser. This painting depicts two hummingbirds settling in to share a flower.Limited edition giclee' print. Signed and numbered by the artist. Edition limited to 400 prints. Available in a variety of sizes on drop-down menu. Vertical/portrait orientation (taller than wide).Printed on high quality textured watercolor paper with archival Epson inks. Professionally packaged for safe shipping.Please be…
Free for a Limited Time Knitting Patterns
Free until December 31, 2018 Knitting Pattern for Ma Chérie Scarf - Beads, eyelets and lightly pointed edges make the beautiful diamond patterning in this lace scarf. Designed by Mary Ann Byrd. DK weight yarn.
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Knitting patterns for wraps suitable for anyone in the bridal party, stunning bridal veils, accessories such as ringbearer pillows, throwing bouquet, and centerpieces, and more. Most patterns are free.
Heliotaxis Pi Shawl pattern by Renata Brenner
6/27/12 I have just purchased StitchMastery software and used it to revise the entire pattern to include easier to read charts and … drum roll please…written instructions!