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Ravelry: Beckside pattern by Linda Marveng

Beckside pattern by Linda Marveng

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shalana

Shalana pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Lacy Rib Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng.  Model: Francesca Golfetto Hair & make up stylist: Line Sekkingstad Photo: Kim Müller

Lacy Rib Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Lacy Rib Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng Model: Francesca Golfetto, hair & make up stylist: Line Sekkingstad, photographer: Kim Müller

Milanesisk Blondesjal by Linda Marveng

Milanese Lace Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Milanese Lace Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng. Model: Anna Pfeifer Hair & make up stylist: Line Sekkingstad Photo: Kim Müller

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shalana

Shalana pattern by Linda Marveng

A beautiful lace pattern adorns the lower part of this jacket with overlapping fronts, while garter stitch rules on the top part. The stitch patterns are divided by a tuck and the jacket has identical hems. A deep elegant v-neck allows it to be worn loose creating waterfall fronts. Or you can close it with jewelry or a shawl pin for a more tailored look. The jacket is named Sarya; the night traveler hence knitted in the stunning Jagger Spun, Zephyr Lace, held double, because of its luster…

Sarya pattern by Linda Marveng

Saqqara sjal - Linda Marveng

Saqqara sjal - Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Fletteskjørt pattern by Linda Marveng. Photo: Kim Müller Model: Kari-Anne Næssø

Ravelry: Fletteskjørt pattern by Linda Marveng. Photo: Kim Müller Model: Kari-Anne Næssø

Ravelry: Open Triangles Cowl & Wristwarmers pattern by Linda Marveng The diagonal triangles with an opening on top makes you think of Egyptian hieroglyphs depicting the pyramids with the sun above. A delightful image for a cowl to warm your neck, or accessorise your dress. Fasten it if you wish, or wear it across one shoulder. Or why not use it double? The cowl and the matching wristwarmers are knitted in a lovely soft and warm mixture of merino and cotton with a stunning stitch definition.

Open Triangles Cowl & Wristwarmers pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Open Triangles Cowl & Wristwarmers pattern by Linda Marveng The diagonal triangles with an opening on top makes you think of Egyptian hieroglyphs depicting the pyramids with the sun above. A delightful image for a cowl to warm your neck, or accessorise your dress. Fasten it if you wish, or wear it across one shoulder. Or why not use it double? The cowl and the matching wristwarmers are knitted in a lovely soft and warm mixture of merino and cotton with a stunning stitch definition.

Ravelry: Cablewing Accessories pattern by Linda Marveng Cablewings surrounded by lace gives these accessories a flowery expression. They coordinate with the Cablewing Sweater; for a wonderfully regal look pair the wrap with the sweater. It is warm, practical but also decorative. All accessories are knitted in a pure wool with bounce, Embla from Hifa. I chose an irresistible purple-pink shade, well suited for the stitch pattern, for the cowl and the wristwarmers.

Cablewing Accessories pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Cablewing Accessories pattern by Linda Marveng Cablewings surrounded by lace gives these accessories a flowery expression. They coordinate with the Cablewing Sweater; for a wonderfully regal look pair the wrap with the sweater. It is warm, practical but also decorative. All accessories are knitted in a pure wool with bounce, Embla from Hifa. I chose an irresistible purple-pink shade, well suited for the stitch pattern, for the cowl and the wristwarmers.

Ravelry: Dash Falls pattern by Linda Marveng

Dash Falls pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Wa pattern by Linda Marveng

Wa pattern by Linda Marveng

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