A simple zig zag lace pattern mimics the lapping of waves back and forth. Easy to memorize, the Rushing Tide Shawl is knit from the top down.
Something lovely and soft, silky and lacy… that’s the Marietta. Deceptively easy, with eyelets and decreases flowing into a cable-like pattern.
Crescent shawl knit from the bottom up, starting with a lace border. Knits up quickly in fingering weight yarn. Wide enough to wrap several times around to wear like a scarf.
Twig Shawl uses a silky cobweb yarn to make this elegant triangle shawl. The shawl is knit from the top down and has a stockinette stitch body, finishing with a twig lace border.
Cherry Lane Cowl features columns of rope-like twists that look like cables but are knit entirely with simple decreases and yarnovers!
Light and sweet like a lemon chiffon pie, this half-pi shawl features an asymmetrical lace pattern that is really only two rows of lace to remember.
Soft and simple, lacey and delicate, Lilac Leaves is a semi-circular shawl knit from the top-down and finished with a border of lilac leaves lace.