Tag Archives: lace knitting

It’s called, “Instant Gratification!”

This past week was a fast week for me.  I had Monday off for President’s Day, worked on Tuesday, and then went on a business trip to St. Louis for the remainder of the week.  I wanted to take a shawl … Continue reading

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Old Shale ….

Last weekend Kelly over at the Celtic Cast On posted her finished project, a lovely shawl call Old Shale Shawl by Amanda Clark.   Kelly knitted her particular shawl as a prayer shawl, which inspired me to do the same thing. … Continue reading

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Casting On and Casting Off: A quick lace project and a touch of leaves!

I joined the Ravelry Group, 12 Shawls in 2012 the first part of this year but I’m slightly behind so I decided the month of May was the perfect month to catch up a bit and knit at least two … Continue reading

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Anna, a devine lace shawl!

I love lace knitting and when I see certain designs that call to me personally, I have to share them with others.  One such design is the Anna Shawl, an exquisite lace design created by Franklin Habit that he dedicated … Continue reading

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There’s nothing like lace!

So one of my goals this year is to knit at least 8 shawls, which as I mentioned earlier, I joined Romi’s lovely Pins & Lace Club that will truly help me on this adventure but I didn’t mention that … Continue reading

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Building a library: Lace Knitting Books for Reference

There’s nothing better than building your own personal library by gathering  books that inspire, give guidance and offer possibilities.   Often, designers find that building a library for reference can often take time, especially when searching for particular books for a very long time.   Today’s … Continue reading

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A fun way to learn lace stitches

Lace knitting is a style of knitting characterized by stable “holes” in the fabric arranged with consideration of aesthetic value.  Lace is sometimes considered the pinnacle of knitting, because of its complexity and because woven fabrics cannot easily be made to … Continue reading

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Fiber Friday Spotlight – Lace Knitting With Carla Scott

A staple of knitting for hundreds of years, lace still makes appearances on the runway. ~ Carla Scott, Executive Editor of Vogue Knitting International and Knit 1 Magazine Today’s Fiber Friday Spotlight features a follow-up to a recent giveaway for … Continue reading

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My Firefly Scarf and other lacey things…..

Since I’m giving away a wonderful book filled with lacey goodness, I thought I would share a recent FO, my Firefly Scarf by Kristen TenDyke.  This pattern is free on Kristen’s website, but please consider leaving her a small PayPal … Continue reading

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