Pleasing Reversibility in Lace is the answer to a completely wearable stole. The design features reversible double diamond motifs silhouetted by eyelets. A knit-as-you-go textured lace border frames the entire piece.
Throw it on and go! The lace stitch patterns are designed to be pleasing on both sides, making this stole look great no matter which way you wear.
The luscious softness and vibrant colors of Mountain Colors' Hummingbird colorway in their Louisa cashmere/silk yarn inspired this interpretation in a feathery lace stitch scarf.
Honeycomb Shadow Lace Stole e-Pattern
Honeycomb Shadow Lace coordinates a lighter-color textured yarn and a darker color smooth yarn to give 3-dimensional illusion of shadows inside the spaces.
Spider-Web Sockies e-Pattern
Themed companion socks, one with a spider and the other with a web, knitted in lace and beaded stitches.
Beaded Smoke Ring e-Pattern
Beaded Smoke Ring is a light-as-air cowl in lace and sparkly touches of beads at each end of the knitted tube. This versatile accessory can be worn pulled down around the neck to lie on the shoulders as a dressy neckline, or pulled up over the head as an elegant head covering.
Tea-time Serviette e-Pattern
Tea-time Serviette gives double meaning to tea time. After knitting the lace, dye it with tea for a vintage look. Then add the pretty lace napkin to your tea service for a nostalgic setting.
This design features a petit scalloped edging, optional beaded cast on, circular knitting from outer edge to center to create a square that lies flat, and tea dyeing.
Beaded Basketweave Scarf and Anklets Ensemble e-Pattern
The interplay of the knit-purl basketweave texture and beaded knitting makes this a fun-knit project. The stitch pattern used for the center portion of the scarf is a slip-stitch pseudo ribbing that gives an extra-soft cushion of comfort around your neck. Split-cuff anklets can be worn with the split either to outer or inner sides of ankles.