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Ravelry: kei2's exploration station

Ravelry: kei2's exploration station

Ravelry: DerStrickengel's Das Lied der Handgefärbten

Ravelry: DerStrickengel's Das Lied der Handgefärbten

Use this to kit to create a scale-inspired, slipped-garter shawl! You'll receive a pattern plus six shawl-worthy skeins of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport in your choice of color combination.

Use this to kit to create a scale-inspired, slipped-garter shawl! You'll receive a pattern plus six shawl-worthy skeins of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport in your choice of color combination.

Ravelry: Azure Dragon pattern by Jennifer Kirchenbauer

Azure Dragon pattern by Lavish Craft

Welcome Back Garter ws a Mystery Shawl KAL that started January 21. It is now finished and ready for all!

Welcome Back Garter pattern by Casapinka

Welcome Back Garter ws a Mystery Shawl KAL that started January 21. It is now finished and ready for all!

Ravelry: Diving in {recipe} pattern by Mam'zelle Flo When there's not enough of one yarn to make a shawl...

Ravelry: Diving in {recipe} pattern by Mam'zelle Flo When there's not enough of one yarn to make a shawl...

If you purchase 5 patterns from my Ravelry Store at the same time (add them all to your cart before you check out), the least expensive one will be free.

Marelle pattern by Melanie Berg

If you purchase 5 patterns from my Ravelry Store at the same time (add them all to your cart before you check out), the least expensive one will be free.

Lovely picot edge at top and bottom of this cowl. A simple 5 row repeat gives this cowl wonderful texture.

Lovely picot edge at top and bottom of this cowl. A simple 5 row repeat gives this cowl wonderful texture.

As soon as the calendar page changes to September, I start dreaming of knitting cables - the more complex, the better. This autumn I wanted to explore the possibility of combining cables with the short row crescent shaping. Inspired by beautiful Celtic knotwork, I adapted this Saxon Braid pattern from Barbara Walker’s Third Treasury.

As soon as the calendar page changes to September, I start dreaming of knitting cables - the more complex, the better. This autumn I wanted to explore the possibility of combining cables with the short row crescent shaping. Inspired by beautiful Celtic knotwork, I adapted this Saxon Braid pattern from Barbara Walker’s Third Treasury.

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