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Topic: a request: pattern for mini lace shawl - and another favour.  (Read 717 times)
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« on: January 28, 2007 11:11:29 AM »

Dear all,

I got a hank of knit picks shimmer, 440 yards of it.

I'm girding my loins for lace-knitting and i think 440 yards will make a decent triangular shawl (smallish, but enough to wade into the lace knitting without being too overwhelmed). Can anyone direct me to an online pattern using this amount of yarn? I don't want to do a lace scarf, the triangular shape is much more appealing.

Another thing, is anyone willing to trade with me? I would love to attempt the Swallowtail shawl by Evelyn Clark but I can't get the Interweave Knits in the UK. I'm willing to trade with Rowan Yarn (like a new ball of KSH) of comparative value comparable to the cost of the magazine and shipping.

Thanks for reading.
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« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2007 11:21:11 AM »

How about Heirloom Knitting's Daisies Shawl?  The pattern says it can be adapted to be made smaller, if you end up w/o enough yarn...

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« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2007 12:17:46 PM »

i posted a free pattern for a double triangle shawl, (knit from top down, so you can make it as long as you like) on my blog..

see it here:

you can make it more open (on larger needles) and it will be lacier, or smaller (and warmer) by making it on smaller needles.


« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2007 12:27:31 PM »

Thank ye,

Off to print and do a sample now.
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