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Pattern release day: Bimini boomerang shawlette

Bimini shawl draped around mannequin - front view

This striking boomerang shawl is worked in a zig-zag lace pattern from pointy tip to knit-on edging. It’s perfect for that gradient with a colour that you might want to minimise, as while the shawl gets wider, the rows are longer and use up more yarn. From the pictures shown you can see that I wasn’t fully enamoured of the pink, which made up a third of this gradient, but the construction means that it isn’t the dominant colour.

Yardage: 400-420 yards of fingering/4-ply/sock/baby weight yarn.
Gauge: 11 sts and 24 rows in 4”/10cm in lace pattern.
Needles: 5.00mm/US 8 needles or whatever needed to meet gauge.
Finished max width of 45“/114cm and length of 61“/155cm.

For more pictures, click on the image above or one of the purchase links below.

For customers outside the EU, you can buy this digital download here.

For customers within the EU, please purchase using this Payhip link: Bimini boomerang shawlette on Payhip

Daedal set

Pattern release day: Daedal set

Daedal set

This intricate and skilfully wrought cable pattern is deceptively simple to work, and the ribbing ensures a good fit.

This set comprises of three pieces, perfect to work all together, or individually for a gift. Ideal for those special sock yarns that you want to show off.

There is a beanie hat, available in 3 sizes: Daedal hat.

A cosy cowl: Daedal cowl.

And a wrister/gauntlet with two length options: Daedal wristers/gauntlets.

For customers in the EU, please purchase using the Payhip links on the product pages.

For more photos, click on the product links or the image above.

Pattern release day: Sensu hat

sensu hat

Inspired by traditional Japanese fans, this twisted ribbed hat features some simple travelling cables which expand and contract just like a fan.

Two options of how to arrange the cables are provided, and all of the instructions are written out round-by-round as well being charted.

Instructions are also provided as to how to adapt the hat for different head sizes.

Also available are a matching cowl, and wristers/gauntlets.

Yardage: 130-150 yds/120-140m of 4 ply/sock yarn
Gauge: 24 sts and 36 rows in 4”/10cm in twisted ribbing
Needles: 3mm needles or whatever needed to meet gauge
Finished size to fit head of circumference 20-22“/50.8-55.9cm.

Click on the photo above for more images of this hat as well as the matching cowl and wristers/gauntlets.

Buy the hat pattern by clicking here.

Pattern release day: Neowise shawl

Neowise shawl

This comet-inspired lace shawl is great for wrapping up on cool summer nights whilst stargazing. Features an all-over star lace pattern, with a delicate knitted-on leaf edging.

The instructions are provided in both chart and line-by-line written formats, to suit all knitters.

Finished size is 87“/221cm wingspan, 22“/56cm straight drop from neck to edge.You can find more pictures by clicking the image above, and can buy the pattern here: Neowise shawl.