Knitted lace snowflakes! I have always been intrigued by the fact that in God's handywork, no two snowflakes are alike. This pattern includes 2 types of construction, each quite different from the other, plus variations for knitting snowflake medallions.
Dolly's Top-Down Tri Shawl e-Pattern
Who can resist a dolly or teddy bear, especially one dressed in a lace shawl you've knitted?
Little Beaded Pumpkin e-Pattern
Tiny and adorable. This little beaded pumpkin will be the hit of your fall holiday decorating and entertaining.
Bead Skinny Skarf e-Pattern
Bead Skinny Skarf is a play on words, reflecting on the fashion of cinching in a waist to look skinny. Bead Skinny gives the illusion of cinching the curvy lines of the faux eyelet cable with a pretty bead.
A bonus is pleasing reversibility thanks to how the ribbed texture surrounding the lozenges of eyelets and the beads are equally prominent on both the right side and wrong side.
Moose Lace Afghan e-Pattern
This attractive, practical afghan is an example of "moose lace", i.e. lace knitted in a heavier yarn than usual. The lace makes this afghan lighter in weight for its size, yet pleasingly warm and snuggly.
Snow is beautiful, especially when you can stay warm and cuddly indoors while knitting snowflakes.
This small snowflake medallion starts at the center and grows in lacy rounds until completed with a free-form lace bind off technique.