Sunday, April 7, 2013

New design Esther is released


Esther, a lacy V-shaped shawl, is the perfect accessory to cover bare shoulders on a breezy summer evening. It is knitted in different directions. The easy garter stitch lace border is worked first side to side. Then stitches are picked up to work the body bottom up. Its oval shape helps to stay on the shoulders.


Material:
1. Col 1, approx. 305 yards / 279 m fingering weight yarn (lighter color in
picture, Yarn: Lismi Knits, Basel col. Roses
2. Col 2, approx. 260 yards / 238 m fingering weight yarn (darker color in
picture, Ellyn Cooper’s Yarn Sonnets, Zohar socks)
3. Circular needle US2 / 2.75 mm
4. Stitch markers
Finished Measurements:
Height (measured from center bottom to center neck): 12ʺ″ / 30.5 cm
Width (measuring the oval opening) 22ʺ″ / 56 cm


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