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Posts Tagged "lace"

Desert Flower Blanket

Posted by on Jan 10, 2016 in Designs | 0 comments

Desert Flower Blanket

This a cozy blanket, made in mohair – not usually used for a blanket, but it’s so pretty…. and so warm! Everything you need this Winter. >> Find the pattern on Ravelry Desert Flower. Photo: Jacynthe Bonetto Desert Flower. Photo: Jacynthe Bonetto Desert Flower. Photo: Jacynthe Bonetto

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Linda Shawl

Posted by on Sep 3, 2013 in Designs | 0 comments

Linda Shawl

This shawl was first elaborated in a class of Vithard Villumsem, “Knitting with art yarn”, during Twist Fiber Festival 2013, in St. André Avellin, QC, Canada. As my homework, I finished my creation and wrote below the directions of how to use a handspun yarn to knit something “wearable”. The handspun yarn I used was made by Linda Tait, from Ragz Yarn, who gently gave me a skein for this class. I hope you liked 🙂 <3 <3 <3 What I like the most about art yarn:...

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Tulipes Cowl

Posted by on Mar 18, 2013 in Designs | 9 comments

Tulipes Cowl

This is the last pattern before Winter is over – look how much snow was falling the day I took the pictures! A very good pattern when you have little time or little patience,  and yet, you want to make something beautiful. Suggestion: my friend Bel is knitting this pattern with a sport weight yarn (150m/ 50gr/ merino + silk), using 4,5mm needles.  So that, she co 136 sts, and made 6 repetitions more (17 total). Have fun =) >> Do you like it? So, please, “heart” this...

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Green Leaves

Posted by on May 3, 2012 in Blog | 5 comments

Green Leaves

I just finished my last baby blanket, Green Leaves, and soon it’s pattern will be available in Ravelry for download. I kept insisting in lace patterns. This time, I knitted roses and leaves. It is a single piece, seamless, very easy to do. And I really liked the final result, colors,...

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Guimauve Shawl

Posted by on Apr 27, 2012 in Designs | 0 comments

Guimauve Shawl

The beauty of this scarf is the surprisingly simple stitches allied with the ethereal lightness of mohair. Material Yarn: 2,5 skeins Kid Seta (Cascade – 70% Mohair, 30% Silk, 210. Total 530m) Needles: 4mm (US 6) or size to obtain gauge   >> click here to buy this pattern in...

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