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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 2.7 (64 users)

Note: If you wish to buy the eBook app for iDevices, please do so before you buy the eBook subscription here! There is a code inside the app to purchase the pdf eBook for $5.

This bonus pattern is currently available in the eBook subscription and will soon be available in a digital single pattern version. It’s available in the NEW APP right now! (Please see the description of the app at the very bottom of the pattern notes to find out what is included). This pattern contains full written instructions, as well as a photo tutorial.

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.3 (137 users)

This is the seventh shawl pattern from the 7 Small Shawls to Knit subscription eBook! Alcyone ia also available as a single pattern.

All shawls will include both written and charted instructions.

Merci beaucoup à Christine73 pour son travail de traduction qui accompagne le modèle en anglais. Veuillez noter que je ne parle pas français ; si vous avez des questions à poser concernant ces traductions, je vous prie de contacter Christine73 sur Ravelry. Merci!

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Welcome to my quest! The idea for this ebook was born while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. I kept musing about all of those knitters stretching themselves, and I wondered about challenging myself to design 10 shawls in 2010. I had already designed and knit 3 shawls, and I am...

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.3 (27 users)

Buy this pattern with Red Freckles and get both for the discounted price of $8.00! (Previous purchases do count in this bundle.)

Note: If you wish to buy the eBook app for iDevices, please do so before you buy the eBook subscription here! There is a code inside the app to purchase the pdf eBook for $5.

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.1 (29 users)

Everyone needs a great pair of boots, or maybe two or three. Or possibly more? These great toppers work with all sorts of different styles of boots, since they can be worn two ways: the cuff attached with wrong side facing out folds right side out over a boot top, or turn them upside down with a lace top and cabled mid-section like a heavy sock. The cables allow extra stretch to accommodate a wide range of calf sizes up to 15 inches in circumference.

As always, weighing your yarn before starting is recommended when you have limited amounts of yarn; the warmers shown used almost a whole skein.

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.8 (24 users)

This little scarf is perfect when you have limited amounts of time and yarn. From just one skein and some buttons, you can make this project in a night and wear it or gift it the next day! It’s the poster child for being greater than the sum of its parts. And best of all? Cables, nupps and lace! Fun! How can you miss?

Pattern includes written and charted instructions.

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Welcome to my oddments project! Everyone has them: stray balls and skeins of yarn here and there. They’re different weights and different colors. Definitely not a sweater’s worth of anything, let alone a shawl’s worth or a pair of socks. You can’t imagine what to do with them,...

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Difficulty: 3.3 (200 users)

Inspired by subterranean waterways, “Artesian” is a triangular shawl with asymmetrical sections of lace spilling over the shawl’s edge.

Originally part of the Knitculture Studio Club, Artesian has been reworked to include specifications for two additional Anzula yarn bases with 5-7 repeats of the lace panel motif. Note that proportions of the shawl will change slightly with each repeat of the motif. 5 repeats will yield more length along the cast on-edge than along the scalloped edge; 6 repeats will yield approximately even cast-on edge and scalloped edge length; 7 repeats will yield a less length along the cast-on edge in comparison to the scalloped edge.

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 4.3 (163 users)

This is the sixth shawl pattern from the 7 Small Shawls to Knit subscription eBook! Also available as a single pattern.

All shawls will include both written and charted instructions.

Merci beaucoup à Christine73 pour son travail de traduction qui accompagne le modèle en anglais. Veuillez noter que je ne parle pas français ; si vous avez des questions à poser concernant ces traductions, je vous prie de contacter Christine73 sur Ravelry. Merci!

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Welcome to my quest! The idea for this ebook was born while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. I kept musing about all of those knitters stretching themselves, and I wondered about challenging myself to design 10 shawls in 2010. I had already designed and knit 3 shawls,...

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 1.6 (18 users)

Note: This pattern is currently available in the eBook and digital single pattern versions. This pattern contains full written instructions, but does not include a chart.

Friendship bracelets…you and your best friend swapped them over summer vacation. Sometimes you swapped anklets. By the end of summer they were faded and worn, but you kept them in a box and sometimes you pull them out. All the memories come rushing back when you touch them. It all could have been yesterday.

This little bracelet is perfect for scraps of yarn you have left over, plus a super special button or bead. Mine all have trade beads on them, and I love the clear colors and odd shapes. Knit one; knit tons of them. Give them to all your friends and wear several yourself!

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 4.5 (39 users)

“Hill, Romi Hill” I say in answer to the question. I stare up through my eyelashes as I sip my martini, shaken not stirred of course. Wrapped lovingly around my shoulders: cashmere, with the slightest hint of glimmer from the beads around the edge. I am dressed to kill. Literally.

“Ma’am? Ma’am? What was that name?” the Starbucks barista asks. I shake my head, the image of Monte Carlo giving way to the lobby outside a South Lake Tahoe dinner theatre. “Oh. Romi,” I say. And sigh.

Lovely and lacy, this half pi shawl of decadent cashmere lace is simple–unforgettable–diamonds covering its expanse. A beaded edge adds just a touch of elegant bling,...

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.4 (16 users)

About four years ago, during a difficult time in my life, I was doing what I often do to soothe my nerves: riding my bicycle beside the vineyards near my home. It was a crisp, sunny January day in wine country and I was enjoying the robins when I saw a streak of blue. And then another. Bluebirds! Not the usual Scrub Jays, but real honest-to-goodness Bluebirds. It was the first time I had ever seen one in person, and I knew right then that they were a sign that things would work themselves through.

This stole, with its bird wing motif and leaves, reminds me of that day and the cool blue sky.

Pattern includes both charts and written instructions. Ends are beaded.

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.7 (682 users)

$5 from your purchase of Brandywine or Sakaki will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.

Inititally designed to help Haiti after their devastating Earthquake, $5 per pattern download is still donated to Doctors without Borders for their work throughout the world. Haiti and other disaster sites will need help for years to come, and I wanted to do more than I had done. My goal - a lofty one I know! - is to sell 10,000 patterns to help Doctors Without Borders help the people of the world. Thank you for your help!!!

02/07/2010: I just sent off my first $500 donation (of many, I hope!) to Doctors without Borders (MSF) from sales of Brandywine. Thank you all so much!
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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 2.3 (6 users)

Bucklebury Beanie is bottom up hat with lots of great texture and a covered button to top everything off. It’s simple to knit with one skein, or add extra yarn for more slouch! Perfect to wear every day. I’m knitting one for everyone in my family! (note: the shawl pictured on model at is Desert Peach, which is not part of this collection.)

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Difficulty: 3.2 (126 users)

A fun and relaxing knit; perfect for a nice fireside chat. This wide and shallow triangle features an readily memorized pattern. The size is easily changed by adding or omitting repeats of Chart A.

The shawl is named for the Buttonwillow.

Measurements:
Width, tip to tip: 64 inches after blocking
Depth: 20 inches after blocking

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Shawl/Wrap
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Difficulty: 2.9 (41 users)

A Verb for Keeping Warm: April 2011 Pro-Verbial Club shipment.

If you were in the Pro-Verbial Club for 2011, you are eligible for a coupon code for this pattern!

Craft: Knitting
Categories: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Scarf • Accessories • Neck/Torso • Shawl/Wrap
Size: Medium for sport weight yarn and small for fingering weight yarn
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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 4.4 (163 users)

Cactus Flower is now in her permanent format, but I’ve left the clues in the available documents so that you can knit her that way too!


from the original mystery KAL:

Welcome to my very first mystery shawl KAL! This is a semi-circle using two colors of fingering weight yarn, 385 yards each.

The first clue will be released digitally on March 15. The KAL will have 5 clues total, each one week apart. After the KAL is over, your mystery pattern will update to the full pattern (about a week to 2 weeks). After the mystery KAL is finished and the pattern is released as a full pdf, the cost of the completed pattern will increase to $6.50.

The yarn pictured is A Verb for Keeping Warm Floating in Filigree (golden yellow) and Thai Iced Tea (orange).

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 4.1 (55 users)

Welcome to year two! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. This year, they are doing 11 in 2011, so I really must join in the fun!

I am still addicted to small shawls using sock yarn and my sock yarn stash is still growing. And growing. It seems to be be bigger every day! So I’m jumping in again!

This time, because of life happening, the deadline of designing and knitting all of the 7 shawls for this subscription in 2011 is, I’m afraid, not possible. (Though I still designed and knit 12 shawls in 2011!!) But the patterns for this...

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 2.9 (201 users)

Includes modifications for a 3 color Carson!

Welcome to year three of my subscription series! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. I decided to design and knit 10 shawls that year, and at the time I released my first subscription, I had 7 left to do. I made my goal that year, so the next year I was back for more. Today though, I have realized that I simply love doing these subscriptions so much, I won’t even pretend that there’s any other reason to do them! The number 7 is one of my favorites, and I like including the extra accessories. So here comes year three!

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 2.6 (52 users)

Errata: the digital pattern has been corrected, but for any paper patterns dated before 03052016 (see date on cover below pictures), please note the following: for rounds 7 and 8 in the edging, repeat rounds 3 and 4. The remainder of the chart is accurate. My apologies for any difficulties this has caused!

Based on my Carson Shawl, this over-sized throw is a warm and snuggly knit for the fall and winter chill!

The pattern includes a formula to follow for your own yarns and colors, and also a specific set of instructions to knit the sample throw. The body of the throw is written and the edging is shown in both written and charted formats. The sample...

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.8 (297 users)

This is the third shawl pattern from the 7 Small Shawls to Knit subscription eBook!

Merci beaucoup à Christine73 pour son travail de traduction qui accompagne le modèle en anglais. Veuillez noter que je ne parle pas français ; si vous avez des questions à poser concernant ces traductions, je vous prie de contacter Christine73 sur Ravelry. Merci!

This is a shoulderette, but it is written to be easily enlarged by repeating the first chart. Knit from the top back of the neck down, Celaeno is shaped as a shallow triangular shawl that nestles around your shoulders.

Blocked dimensions are 54 x 18 inches. Please note that I knit lace at a fairly loose gauge and I also block lace very vigorously. Depending on the fiber you use, you may experience varying degrees of bounce-back.

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 2.1 (16 users)

A perfect quick bit of lacy fun, this beanie knits up slouchy in Colrain, with its tencel and wool blend adding to the drape. Begin at the center of the crown and knit down. If you don’t have quite enough yarn, bind off early. If you want a longer and slouchier hat and have extra yarn, you can keep knitting the last two rounds until it’s just the right size. Attach a big fat pompom for fun!

Pattern includes written and charted instructions.

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Difficulty: 3.7 (64 users)

The cowl pictured uses 2 skeins of Moonstone, and 1 skein each of Ruby and Riverstone.

Designed for my Alaska cruise teaching adventure this past June, the Chilkat cowl is a lace skill builder with jogless stripes and a knitted on edging. Because it’s lacy, the cowl is extra long so that the folds of knitting will trap air and keep your neck warm. The top can also be pulled up over your head with plenty to spare for your shoulders! Worked in the round using Road to China Light, it’s like wearing a big hug.

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Difficulty: 4.3 (14 users)

This lovely generously sized shawl can be knit either as a triangle or as a rectangle. The charts and written instructions are designed to present one panel of lace, with the option to knit a triangle by repeating each panel twice, or a square by repeating each panel 4 times. Because the start is a little tricky, the first two charts (A and B) are shown for the triangle and then for the square. After those charts have established your version of the shawl, the remaining charts (C-F) are given for both, with instructions on using the written instructions or charts to make a triangle or...

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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 3.9 (24 users)

This lovely over-sized scarf/stole is a mashup of pattern designs for Romi’s Pins & Lace Club 2013! It includes parts of Winter’s Moon, Song of Spring, Fuchsia Nouveau, and StarDance.

Knit in lacy mohair (or your choice of yarn!) this piece begins with a provisional cast-on and the middle is worked first, then the first end. The provisional cast-on is picked up and the other end is then worked. The bind-off uses beads and a “crochet” chain with knitting needles!

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Difficulty: 4.0 (87 users)

Welcome to year three of my subscription series! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. I decided to design and knit 10 shawls that year, and at the time I released my first subscription, I had 7 left to do. I made my goal that year, so the next year I was back for more. Today though, I have realized that I simply love doing these subscriptions so much, I won’t even pretend that there’s any other reason to do them! The number 7 is one of my favorites, and I like including the extra accessories. So here comes...

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Difficulty: 3.9 (11 users)

Inspired by square doilies, this generous scarf begins with a center cast on and is then knit outward. The sides are worked one at a time from two sides of the square, and the ends are bound off with a
knitted “crochet” chain.

Sample is shown in Crimson, Artyarns Milano Exclusive for Craftsy.

MATERIALS:
Artyarns Milano 100% fine merino; 255 yds (233m)/50 grams; Crimson; 3 skeins

1 - set each US 3/3.25mm dpns, short variety for socks and gloves - used for beginning
Note: beginning may also be worked using two small circular needles
US 5/3.75mm circular knitting needles, 16 and 24 inches

Smooth waste yarn for belly button cast on
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Difficulty: 3.0 (6 users)

Presenting Crystalline! This lovely floating stole is a “mash-up” of my 2015 Pins & Lace Club patterns: Mayhaps, Flowers for Yvonne, Honeysweet, and Cimarron Leaves. Can you spot the stitch patterns from each different shawl? Enjoy!

For best results, please use one of the suggested yarns, or another similar mohair/silk yarn. Pattern includes full written and charted instructions.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Neck/Torso • Shawl/Wrap
Size: one, adjustable for length
Gauge: 18 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
Needles: US 8 - 5.0 mm

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This shawl was originally designed for Woolen Rabbit 2014 Yarn Club.


Like most little girls, I was transfixed by fairy tales. Princesses, ball gowns and true love…perhaps there was a castle in my future!

As I grew to adulthood though, I came into the realization that my destiny was my own. No one would come to rescue me, and I no longer even wanted that to happen. And as I learned to embrace and glory in that fact, I grew painfully aware that the princess of fairy tales was never truly captain of her own fate.

Then came Maleficent, the story of Sleeping Beauty from the...

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After I was asked about modifying my design, Ice Queen to knit flat, it occurred to me that a more summery Queen would be just the thing!

I’ve named this scarf Delta Queen, after a grand old riverboat that cruised the Sacramento Delta. She is a hotel now, but if you squint your eyes just so, you can still see the glamorous ladies in their silks and sequins cruising the river of an evening. I’m sure one of them was wearing a scarf just like this.

This pattern is knit in two halves and grafted together in the middle. Both written instructions and charts are included.

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Spring dawns suddenly one day, and the buzzing of bees is loud enough to carry all the way in through the kitchen window. Outside, bunches of pink flowers cover the many thorn bushes. Where there was barren colorless branch throughout the winter, there are now clouds of pink. Desert peaches. Not thorn bushes, they’re desert peaches!

As light as a feather, this lacy shawl shawl is shaped as a shallow triangle, perfect for a scarf or for a light shoulder wrap for chilly spring and summer evenings. The leafy panel down the back splits a field of blossoms, and ends in picots at the edge. Great with a fabulous pair of cowboy boots.

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Difficulty: 2.4 (14 users)

Inspired by the beaded wristers found in many European cultural traditions, Devana Pulse Warmers are a fun and quick knit that produce a lovely gift for a loved one or for yourself. Make sure to use Japanese seed beads; they are very uniform in size and therefore will yield a better result. All beads are prestrung.

As always, weighing your yarn before starting is recommended when you have limited amounts of yarn; the warmers shown used only half a skein.

Pattern includes written and charted instructions which are meant to be used in conjunction with one another. The bead placement is charted only.

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Difficulty: 3.2 (25 users)

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Pattern includes a coloring page to print and try combinations!

Welcome to year three of my subscription series! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. I decided to design and knit 10 shawls that year, and at the time I released my first subscription, I had 7 left to do. I made my goal that year, so the next year I was back for more. Today though, I have realized that I simply love doing these subscriptions so much, I won’t even pretend that there’s any other reason to do them! The number 7 is one of...

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The stitch pattern for these socks was a happy accident! I brought the swatch to my Saturday morning knitting group and was knitting away while talking. And, yes, you guessed it; I wasn’t paying attention. I completely misread the chart I had drawn up. When I went back to look at my swatch, though, I loved it! The chart that had seemed a little too boring had turned into a more unusual pattern with added interest and motion. Thank you, Saturday Morning Ladies, for distracting me!

When I returned home, I set about to recreate my mistake, and these socks were born! I hope you enjoy them.

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Get your knit on any time with these cute scrunchy hair elastics. A great way to try out cable patterns, different cabling techniques, and new yarns and then have a great hair accessory at the end. Does your hair elastic look boring? Cover it! (note: the shawl pictured on the model at top is Ellipses, which is not part of this collection.)

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This lovely pattern begins with a cast-on along the entire edge of the center top triangle, and uses short rows to shape down to a point. The initial triangle is worked in lace with patterning on both sides. The stitches left from the short rows are then worked down and out from the initial triangle in a leaf motif, and they are bound off using a picot bind-off. The shawl may be enlarged easily.

This pattern includes full written and charted instructions.

Note: Floating from A Verb for Keeping Warm is very difficult to substitute, and a different blend of fibers will most probably necessitate the use of increased yardage.

The sample knit in a muted lighter green is A Verb for Keeping Warm, Floating in colorway Limelight (one skein). The deeper green sample is knit from Lost City Knits, Pathway Sock in Extra Virgin colorway (2 skeins alternated throughout).

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This is the 4th shawl pattern from the 7 Small Shawls to Knit subscription eBook! This is a shoulderette, but it is written to be easily enlarged by repeating Chart B. Knit from the top back of the neck down, Elektra is shaped to wrap beautifully around your shoulders.

Note: please check your gauge on this one; people have had varying experiences with yarn amounts used.

Blocked dimensions are 66 x 14 inches. Please note that I knit lace at a fairly loose gauge and I also block lace very vigorously. Depending on the fiber you use, you may experience varying degrees of bounce-back.

The pattern is available as a stand-alone pattern or as part of the eBook collection (stand alone pattern to be released soon!). All shawls will include both written and charted instructions.

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Elven Cloche is a top down hat with a chic asymmetrical profile. There are a few eyelets and lots of warm squishy garter stitch around a perfect leaf. Excellent for a winter stroll in the woods or down the Champs-Élysées! (note: the shawl pictured on model at top is River Walk, which is not part of this collection.)

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Welcome to year two! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. This year, they are doing 11 in 2011, so I really must join in the fun!

I am still addicted to small shawls using sock yarn and my sock yarn stash is still growing. And growing. It seems to be be bigger every day! So I’m jumping in again!

This time, because of life happening, the deadline of designing and knitting all of the 7 shawls for this subscription in 2011 is, I’m afraid, not possible. (Though I still designed and knit 12 shawls in 2011!!) But the patterns for this eBook subscription will be delivered to subscribers within the subscription period of a year: ending June 30, 2012. As this is a...

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Fangorn Toque has just a little bit of everything: stranded colorwork, lace, texture, even knitting with roving (that’s the white stripe; I used roving instead of yarn because there’s no white in my oddments box; I love it more than if it were yarn!). Fangorn is the perfect topper to move into cooler fall weather and in some climates, it’s perfect for winter too! Braids at top make this a fun wear, and even my sons think it’s sick. There are ample places to put extra colors in the border, and if you’re new to colorwork, this is a great intro. It takes one ball of Northfield for a hat with a 20” circumference at hat band, plus about one quarter of a ball of the superwash dk, and a little bit of roving. It’s easily re-sized, as the repeat is 10 sts throughout the pattern portions (both colorwork and lace), and the shaping is figured into each repeat. (note: the shawl pictured on model...

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These fun little coasters are a super quick knit for a wee Christmas or Hanukkah gift. In red and green the motif is an abstract Christmas tree, and in shades of blue and white it represents a menorah. The coasters are knit with the mosaic knitting technique which uses only one color of yarn per row, with slipped stitches creating a pattern. The resulting back side of the coasters looks very neat and tidy, with no long floats. The red and green coasters are knit using an aran weight yarn and a sock weight yarn doubled. The blue coasters use two dk weight yarns. Weighing your yarn before starting is always recommended when you have limited amounts of yarn.

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This shawl is available from Patternfish as a KnitCompanion-ready file!

This beaded V shaped shawl was designed for the Craftsy class New Directions in Lace! The class includes all pattern materials (full sized shawl, doll-sized shawl - one of my test knitters made this into a scarf for herself! - and doily).

from the class publicity:

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This design was originally for Romi’s Pins & Lace Club: April, 2010. It will be available to the public on August 1st!

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Gender: Female
Size: one
Gauge: 24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
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The sample is knit in Grinning Gargoyle Divine Lace - Signature Red.

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Gauge: 24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
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Yvonne Eyer (RedHatKnitter on Ravelry) was a test knitter for me, a member of my Pins & Lace club, a member of my Ravelry group, and an avid lace knitter. I had the privilege of meeting her once at Yarnover in Minneapolis, and her enthusiasm was contagious. Last year she passed away, and the knitting world lost someone special.

This shawl, filled with forget-me-nots, is a celebration of her life and passion. It begins with a shallow half circle, and ends with a knitted on edging. And in-between there’s plenty of lacy goodness. I think Yvonne would have loved knitting it.

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This is the third pattern of Romi’s 2013 Pins & Lace Club!

The Art Nouveau style has always been one of my very very favorites. I can stare for hours, and have been known to do so often (especially at the Paris Metro)! When I set out to design this shawl, I had a lovely two color garden fuchsia as my inspiration. Then my mind took over, and without consciously realizing it, I channeled the Art Nouveau and Deco aesthetic in the books I’ve been perusing of late.

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Important note: the yarns used for this shawl have a nice drape to them and keep a block extremely well. If you decide to substitute a more springy yarn such as a 2-ply merino, you may need to go up in needle size to compensate for bounce-back after blocking, and produce a similarly sized shawl to the samples.

This pattern contains full written instructions, as well as charts. Chart users need to refer to written instructions in some areas for the transition from the garter tab to the body of the shawl, and for the finishing.

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Gingerbread Mitts - in 4 flavors - will become a staple of your wardrobe and your gift box! With versions to suit your box of odds and ends and versions to suit the most casual or dressy outfit, you will find yourself going back again and again to this pattern! (note: the shawl pictured on model is Melpomene, which is not part of this collection.)

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Gnarled Entling Mitts come in two flavors. The first version is knit up with various yarns from my oddments box and they play so nicely together! The braids tie everything together and they are bound off with an i-cord in bulky yarn. The second version is a super simple one - not from oddments box yarn - and I threw it in just for fun, as it’s a super quick and plain knit perfect for anyone who wants something warm that goes with everything. This version takes two skeins of Amherst merino yarn and is a quick knit in the cabled pattern. Both almost disappeared with my models after the photo shoot! (note: the top model is wearing Mel’s Cowl, which is not a part of this collection).

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Gnarled Entling Warmer is a self-faced ear warmer/headband that every member of the family will fight over. There’s cabling and it’s quick and easy, using less than a skein of yarn. It can be finished off by grafting or a three needle bind-off and knits up in record time. Perfect for watching the ski races! (note: the model is wearing Mel’s Cowl, which is not a part of this collection).

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The edges of the ear warmer are a rolled stockinette stitch facing, and NOT garter stitch as the pattern states.

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This is the fourth pattern for year 5 of my 7 Small Shawls eBook series.

Headlands approaches asymmetry in a round-about way. Though the shape is completely symmetrical, the top stitch pattern creates asymmetry due to its slant. The edge is a knit on lace edging, and I love all the color combinations possible!


Note that different knitting styles seem to affect garter stitch more than other stitches; beware that you may need to purchase extra yardage or go down in needle size if you are a loose knitter. When choosing to substitute yarns, be sure to purchase extra yardage, as the different spin and fiber content of the yarn may affect the amount of yardage used.

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This fun little scarf pattern was originally part of Scout’s Swag Club for February, 2008. It was done particularly for the length of repeats in Scout’s hand dyed yarn, custom color “Raspberry Sorbet.” The stitch pattern was sourced from the amazing Barbara Walker.

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This lovely stole is a mashup of pattern designs for Romi’s Pins & Lace Club 2012! It includes parts of Pulelehua, Meadowgold, RosaFlora and Firebird. Enjoy!

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The quality of light in the high desert is golden and striking. Cloud shadows skitter along the ground, and when the seasons begin to change, the sun’s increasingly acute angle to the Earth fills the afternoon with long and dramatic shadows. Mountain passes trap pockets of sunlight, burning red across the landscape.

High Desert is an homage to the golden sun in my part of the world. Loosely following Elizabeth Zimmerman’s Pi Shawl formula, it is knit outwards from the nape of the neck, ending in rays of sunlight. The special colorway...

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Summer’s design is worked in a rare wild silk. Muga Silk comes only from a silkworm in the Assam region of India, and has a natural creme caramel color. With a crisp body and twist, this yarn will continue to increase in luster after each washing, and I think you’ll love the it!

Honeysweet is an asymmetrical lace shawl with a self edging along one side of the shawl. The last row and bind off create a scalloped edge that mirrors the edging on the opposite side. A super relaxing and fun knit, Honeysweet is easy to wear with casual or dressy outfits. I hope you love it!

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The first shipment for Romi’s Pins & Lace Club, 2010! This pattern is now available to the public!

Also check out this cool variation in the border chart.

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Inspired by Selbu mittens, these are a fun way to use two balls (or add odds and ends of other colors too!) of yarn from your oddments box. In true oddments fashion, the mittens begin with a provisional cast-on at the wrist so that the hand can be finished before moving on to the cuff. If you find there isn’t enough yardage, you can add a third and even fourth color to complete the cuff and personalize them even further. Weighing your yarn before starting is always recommended when you have limited amounts of yarn. Complete both hands and thumbs before moving on to the cuffs.

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July 2011 shipment of Romi’s Pins & Lace Club - now available to the public!!

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Gauge: 30 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
Needles: US 3 - 3.25 mm
Hook: 1.75 mm
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Shawl uses one skein each of Sunshine Yarns Classic Sock in Everlast and Ever After.

Note: there is a tutorial on the braid here. :)

Welcome to year two! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. This year, they are doing 11 in 2011, so I really must join in the fun!

I am still addicted to small shawls using sock yarn and my sock yarn stash is still growing. And growing. It seems to be be bigger every day! So I’m jumping in again!

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Note: If you wish to buy the eBook app for iDevices, please do so before you buy the eBook subscription here! There is a code inside the app to purchase the pdf eBook for $5.

Purchase choices

If you want the PDF eBook file only as in past years (and you are not interested in purchasing the app), it is available here on Ravelry for $20. The single pattern PDF is available for $6.50.

If you are interested in purchasing the app: note that the patterns will all be included in the app and you do not need to purchase the Ravelry PDF separately if you do not wish. If you want the app plus the PDF in your Ravelry library, you should follow these steps:

  1. Buy the app from the Apple Store for $24.99.
  2. Download it to your device.
  3. Start the app and enter your name (they just use this to personalize the app; it isn’t shared back to them).
  4. On the main screen (where you see Romi and Jeanne’s Cowl) tap the “gear” icon in the upper right corner. Then tap the ‘Sync Options’ icon on the lower right hand side of the screen for the Ravelry Code.
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This is the fifth pattern for year 5 of my 7 Small Shawls eBook series.

Latticework is knit starting from a small triangle and self edging to the end, where the edging turns the corner and becomes something different all together! pattern includes both full written and charted instructions, and can easily be modified for size.


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Welcome to year five of my subscription series! The idea for my first eBook subscription (Year One: The Pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. I decided to design and knit 10 shawls that year, and at the time I...

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A beautiful and simple pattern, this shawl begins at the nape of the neck with a garter tab, and is knit down and out to the lovely arched and beaded edging. The elegant simplicity of the finished shawl is perfect for jeans or a little black dress.

This pattern includes full written and charted instructions.

Note: If you wish to buy the eBook app for iDevices, please do so before you buy the eBook subscription here! There is a code inside the app to purchase the pdf eBook for $5.

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If you are interested in purchasing the app: note that the patterns will all be included in the app and you do not need to purchase the Ravelry PDF separately if you do not wish. If you want the app plus the PDF in your Ravelry library, you should follow these steps:

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April shipment for Romi’s Pins & Lace Club. Available to everyone now! :)

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Size: One
Gauge: 24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
Needles: US 3 - 3.25 mm • US 4 - 3.5 mm
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This is a great pattern for travel knitting! The lace is fun and simple to memorize.

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Gender: Female
Size: one
Gauge: 24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
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The “giver of delight,” Euterpe was a joyous muse. Lyric poetry and music were her callings, and she is credited by some with the invention of the aulos or double flute. Wherever Euterpe went, she brought joy and happiness to her surroundings.

Euterpe’s shawl is joyous and celebratory, one version in garter stitch and the other in stockinette stitch and embellished with beads. The top of the shawl is knit without a spine, using a circular increase scheme, and then - as the lace border takes shape - a triangular form emerges in the lovely smocked lace pattern.

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This V-shaped shawl features a center star in the square portion. Two sides are bound off, and the other two sides are worked to the end and bound off. Both written instructions and charts are included, as well as diagrams to show the transition from the center square.

The Madrone tree - namesake of this shawl - has a lovely smooth bark that ranges from red to mahogany.

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This is the second pattern from the 7 Small Shawls to Knit subscription eBook! Instructions are included for a beaded or unbeaded version. This is a small shoulderette, but it is written to be easily enlarged by repeating the chart. Knit from the top back of the neck down, Maia is shaped as a generous semicircle to curve around your shoulders.

Blocked dimensions are 48 x 21 inches. Please note that I knit lace at a fairly loose gauge and I also block lace very vigorously. Depending on the fiber you use, you may experience varying degrees of bounce-back.

The pattern is available as a stand-alone pattern or as part of the eBook collection. All shawls will include both written and charted instructions.

Merci beaucoup à Christine73 pour son travail de traduction qui accompagne le modèle en anglais. Veuillez noter que je ne parle...

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Errata: Needle size should be US 5/3.75mm in the gauge swatch, rather than US 4

I love updating older knitting traditions in my designs! This lovely comforting hug of a shawl is based on a traditional Shetland Hap Shawl.

Mayhaps is knit in Montana-grown Shetland wool lace. The inner triangle begins at the lower point and is worked up to the top edge, where it is bound off. Stitches are picked up around the lower edges of the triangle from loops created by the increase scheme. Subtle striping accents the waving stitch pattern on the shawl edging.

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Size: one but easily re-sized
Gauge: 20 stitches and 32 rows in Chart B lace pattern
Needles: US 5 - 3.75 mm • US 7 - 4.5 mm
Hook: 2.25 mm (B)
Materials: A Verb for Keeping Warm Even Tinier Annapurna
Weight: Light Fingering
Yardage: 546 - 565 yards

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“… the water was not merely transparent, but dazzlingly, brilliantly so.” -description of Lake Tahoe by Mark Twain, Roughing It (1871)

Lake Tahoe: so clear that you can see to a depth of 70 feet, but getting slowly more cloudy. This design honors one of the bays on Tahoe alnog with the special “Keep Tahoe Blue” colorway. Pass the word; help us keep this amazing resource pristine for years to come!

This shawl is started in the round and worked outwards until it is separated. Each side is worked out from the center. Beads...

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Once the muse of singing, Melpomene’s name derives from the Greek melpô or melpomai meaning “to celebrate with dance and song.” Over time, she became the muse of tragedy - particularly tragic theater - and today is often portrayed with a tragic mask in her hand: the opposite of her sister, Thalia, the muse of comedy. Among the ancient Greeks and Romans, and even in the day of Shakespeare, a tragic play was one with a sad or thought-provoking ending, a comedy would have a happy ending. The ancients asked Melpomene to inspire them in the creation of beautiful and lyric poetry and phrasing.

Mel’s cowl is a more casual knit than the sister Melpomene shawl. But like the shawl, she is knit side to side, and her calming textures soothe frayed nerves in times of stress. The repeating charts have the interest and the simplicity to enhance the healing nature of...

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Once the muse of singing, Melpomene’s name derives from the Greek melpô or melpomai meaning “to celebrate with dance and song.” Over time, she became the muse of tragedy - particularly tragic theater - and today is often portrayed with a tragic mask in her hand: the opposite of her sister, Thalia, the muse of comedy. Among the ancient Greeks and Romans, and even in the day of Shakespeare, a tragic play was one with a sad or thought-provoking ending, a comedy would have a happy ending. The ancients asked Melpomene to inspire them in the creation of beautiful and lyric poetry and phrasing.

Melpomene the shawl is knit side to side, and her calming textures soothe frayed nerves in times of stress. The repeating charts have the interest and the simplicity to enhance the healing nature of knitting. Melpomene is a perfect meditation for both the mindful knitter and the...

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NOTE: One of my test knitters, Robin, has kindly put together a stitch count spreadsheet showing numbers of stitches and amount of yarn used per chart repeat. It is amazing! You can download it here.

This is the first pattern from the 7 Small Shawls to Knit subscription eBook! There are two styles: all stockinette and garter + stockinette stitches. Available as a stand-alone pattern or as part of the eBook collection. All shawls will include both written and charted instructions.

Merci beaucoup à Christine73 pour son travail de traduction qui accompagne le modèle en anglais. Veuillez noter que je ne parle pas français ; si vous avez des questions à poser concernant ces traductions, je vous prie de contacter Christine73 sur Ravelry. Merci!

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This pattern was part of the Miss Babs Knitting Tour 2012, and represents the second stop on the tour. It is inspired by the Yorkshire Moors and The Secret Garden. I’ve added a two color option that I hope you will all love!

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Note: If you wish to buy the eBook app for iDevices, please do so before you buy the eBook subscription here! There is a code inside the app to purchase the pdf eBook for $5.

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Errata from original mystery KAL:
The definition of sk2p was inadvertently omitted from Clue 2. Please add the following to the list of abbreviations: sk2p (double right leaning decrease over 3 stitches) = sl 1 st knitwise, k2tog, pass slipped stitch over
Full pattern has been corrected.

NOTE: if you purchased a limited edition kit at Stitches West or Virtual Stitches West, look at the top of your first clue (included in the kit); you’ll find a code for a free mystery pattern download. Use it in your Ravelry cart when you check out!

Welcome to my third mystery shawl KAL! This is a semi-circle using two colors of fingering weight yarn, 385 yards each.

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Muir is still available for free from knitty.com only. A deluxe version has been added for purchase, in which the border construction has been simplified. The new version also includes updated charts, an additional bead placement chart and a practice swatch chart, all with additional written instructions to be used in lieu of charts.

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One of my favorite places in the world is Muir Woods in my native California, just north of San Francisco. But not because of the Redwood trees for which it is famous. It’s the smell of the California Bay Laurel tree that is forever etched in my mind.

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Living outside of town in the high desert, we have left behind light pollution during the night. And now, a whole new world has been revealed.

The trees cast shadows in the light of the full moon. And in the spring, the flowers bloom in the bright night beneath the stars. Everything is cast in a dusky purple sheen. A night garden.

This shawl begins as a half round, and then is increased along both sides of the two inner spines of leaves and on the inside along the outer spines of leaves. It is bound off with a...

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A fast and light lace tam that - surprise! - comes in a lined version as well! The lining, knit from mohair/silk, is gathered for extra warmth. Some of my friends have even been wearing them inside out for a more dramatic look.

Bonus in this pattern is a pair of lacy cuffs to match the hat. Lined or not, they look lovely with your winter jacket!

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Welcome to year two! The idea for my first ebook subscription (year one: the pleiades) was born in 2010 while reading posts on Ravelry: people knitting 10 shawls in 2010. This year, they are doing 11 in 2011, so I really must join in the fun!

I am still addicted to small shawls using sock yarn and my sock yarn stash is still growing. And growing. It seems to be be bigger every day! So I’m jumping in again!

This time, because of life happening, the deadline of designing and knitting all of the 7 shawls for this subscription in 2011 is, I’m afraid, not possible. (Though I still designed and knit 12 shawls in 2011!!) But the patterns for this eBook subscription will be delivered to subscribers within the subscription period of a year: ending June 30,...

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Needles: US 4 - 3.5 mm
Hook: 2.25 mm (B)
Materials: Spirit Trail Fiberworks Decima
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When I was very young, my mother taught me to sew. She was an amazing tailor, and she gave me my own box of thread, my own pins and thimble, and - best of all - my very own little tomato pincushion filled with sawdust that crunched satisfyingly when I squished it. I kept that cherished possession for years and years and years, until finally - when I left for college - it disappeared. Fast forward to this past summer when I was on a button hunt through all the craft stores in the area. And there it was: a tomato pincushion hanging on the notions wall. Of course, I snatched it up and took it home with me. But this one was decidedly not as satisfying; things just aren’t made the way I remembered! So I...

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This is the first pattern for year 5 of my 7 Small Shawls eBook series.

This lovely shawl begins with a lace diamond and expands outwards to form a triangle. Short rows at the end add an asymmetrical border. Perfect for different weights of yarn! The shawl may be enlarged easily.

The pattern is written for 4 weights of Anzula’s new 50% silk/50% merino yarn. The two different fingering weights are slightly different in yardage and very different in make-up. Silken is a 2-ply yarn that has a looser spin than Luster, a 3-ply yarn. When choosing to substitute yarns, be sure to purchase extra yardage, as the different spin and fiber content of the yarn may affect the amount of yardage used.

This pattern includes full written and charted instructions.


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Note that the eBook includes a code to purchase a bundle of knitCompanion set-ups (in the knitCompanion store) for those who like to use knitCompanion, but do not wish to set up their own charts. The code is at the bottom of the table of contents page in the eBook. Each single pattern...

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One of my favorite places is San Francisco’s Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden in Golden Gate Park. I can stare at the tulips, of all shapes and sizes, for hours on end!

Perhaps I had that garden on my mind at the time, but when I was working on these socks, I was struck by how much the stitch pattern reminded me of tulips! So here they are: Tulips for your toes!

Pattern includes charts and written instructions.

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Buy this pattern with Amy and get both for the discounted price of $8.00! (Previous purchases do count in this bundle.)

Note: If you wish to buy the eBook app for iDevices, please do so before you buy the eBook subscription here! There is a code inside the app to purchase the pdf eBook for $5.

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clue 5 errata: (the full pattern is correct)
Chart I: the chart repeat should be 12 instead of 23 times across the large repeats; the written instructions are correct.

Welcome to my second mystery shawl KAL! This is a shallow triangle using two colors of fingering weight yarn, 385 yards each.

The first clue will be released digitally on March 21. The KAL will have 5 clues total, each one week apart. After the KAL is over, your mystery pattern will update to the full pattern (about a month). After the mystery KAL is finished and the pattern is released as a full pdf, the cost of the completed pattern will increase to $6.50.

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If you are using stitch markers, please note that they will move. My test knitters have made excellent notes here and here. Many thanks!

The high desert sun kisses the chaparral, and gives the air a warm hazy glow. The blooms of sage and rabbit brush are long faded, but instead of falling to the ground, stay on the scrub, making each bush into its own dried flower arrangement. In amongst golden hues, low-growing red brush stretches across the ground, a slash of vivid color.

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Rivers run through the desert here: the Truckee, the Carson, the Walker. And the first time you come upon one, it’s like finding a treasure: a private oasis of greenery and sparkling water hidden away just for your eyes, the water bubbling and rippling over rocks and washing down into deep pools.

This wrap, with its rippling stitch patterns and bubbling spine of increases, pays homage to the water in this beautiful part of the world. Worked in lovely soft fingering weight yarn and two colors of blue, River Walk stretches your skills with lace (some worked on both right and wrong sides), cabled increases, and wave patterns.

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Hot summer days and nights. Everyone - even the flowers - dreams of cool drinks and evening breezes. Lazy hazy summer days: perfect for cool silk and frosted beads. This lovely lacy half circle is the perfect knit for a late summer day with iced tea in hand!

With shaping based loosely on a Pi shawl, RosaFlora is an addictive knit with a lovely leaf motif that makes use of both eyelet and textured patterning. The open edging creates a lacy counterpoint to the more solid areas of stitching.

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The smell of sage drifts in through the open window. It’s just been raining–a thunderstorm has already blown itself out and moved down the valley–and the clouds trace across the sky, leaving trails of the most transparent white and grey in their wake. Everything is freshly washed and renewed…and the sage! The fragrance is overpowering, deep. At once fresh and musky.

The spring and summer breezes in the mountains lend themselves perfectly to a light scarf. This infinity scarf is a relaxing, lacy knit. A sagebrush...

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$5 of your purchase of Sakaki or Brandywine will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.

Initially designed to help Japan after their devastating earthquake and tsunami, $5 for each Sakaki PDF pattern sold through the end of May, 2011 was donated to Direct Relief International and earmarked for Japan (from pattern sales through May 31, 2011): $2,705. Thank you knitters!

Beginning in June, 2011, $5 per pattern sold is donated to Doctors without Borders, which does not allow earmarking, but does wonderful work throughout the world. Like Brandywine, the goal is to sell 10,000 patterns, and I will keep donating until that number is reached, no matter how long it takes!

12-10-2012: $3,205 total donated
11-11-2013: $3,455 total donated
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Last of Romi’s Pins n Lace club shipments for 2010!

This shawl starts at the bottom tip and is knitted up. Short rows are used for shaping.

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Gauge: 30 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
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Shard is an asymmetrical small shawl or scarf that takes 1 skein as written, but can be expanded to use 2 skeins for taller/larger people, just by working extra wedges in the pattern. The name refers to the missing Dark Crystal shard, and is designed and written specifically for the Dark Crystal colorway in Solemate from Lorna’s Laces for Jimmy Beans Wool. No two scarves will look exactly alike because of different gauge and knitting styles, and because of the choices each knitter will make.

Note for those wishing to substitute yarns: The specified yarn is space dyed (dip dyed), with a hot pink section of approximately 13 inches, and a full repeat of colors (hot pink, mauve, purple, teal,...

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Shades of purple dot the green uncovered by melting snow. It’s the first time I’ve been able to walk all the way down to the bottom of the driveway since I broke my foot, and I have my camera poised to capture an eastern Sierra spring. My shoulders relax as I smell the fresh air and watch cottontails and jackrabbits run in front of me. I lie on the ground to get a good shot of the lupine. It’s good to be back.

The lupine lace on this wrap is based on the old lily of the valley patterns, with beaded leaves growing at the ends. It makes a perfect quick and lovely scarf, or a lacy floating wrap. Or both!

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Errata:
Round 30 of Chart A should read: {k1 tbl, (p11, k1) 2 times, p11} 4 times

Not only is this a great little gift with a handmade bar of soap, but it’s also a fantastic way to practice lace techniques and cast-ons. The washcloth is knitted from the center out to the edge, and the soap sack is knitted from the bottom up. Best of all, it takes only one skein of yarn and a little bit of your time.

Pattern includes full written and charted instructions, as well as photo tutorials for both cast-ons used.

Read on about my project! This is the eighth pattern in an eBook subscription.

One knitter.

One box of yarn.

Endless possibilities.

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Read more here about my collaboration with Miss Babs and Jennie the Potter.

Simee Dimeh (literally double water or double springs) is the native American name of an eastern Sierra Nevada mountain pass in northern Nevada. Right down the road from Dead Horse Flat, it’s the last pass between town and my high desert home near the Antelope Valley.

This shawl uses a special set of 7 colors from Miss Babs in concert with texture, lace, and mosaic knitting to produce a colorful and textured homage to northern Nevada and the eastern slope of the Sierras. Read more about my inspiration here on Miss Babs’ blog!

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This is the second pattern of Romi’s 2013 Pins & Lace Club!

Whan that Aprille with his shoures sote
The droghte of Marche hath perced to the rote,
And bathed every veyne in swich licour,
Of which vertu engendred is the flour;
Whan Zephirus eek with his swete breeth
Inspired hath in every holt and heeth
The tendre croppes, and the yonge sonne
Hath in the Ram his falfe cours y-ronne,
And smale fowles maken melodye,
That slepen all the night with open yë,
(So priketh hem nature in his corages):
Than longen folk to goon on pilgrimages.

- from Canturbury Tales by...

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This pattern was the first shipment for Romi’s Pins & Lace Club, 2011!

Beginning with a provisional cast on, the center and first end are worked first. The provisional cast on is then removed and the other end is knit from that point.

Beads are added on the ends.

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This is the fourth pattern of Romi’s 2013 Pins & Lace Club!

Heavenly theater
Moonlit. Starlit.
Crisp breath
Dances in the sky.

Autumn’s Pins & Lace Club design is a lovely celebration of different types of shaping and lace. Knit in intensely dyed deep blue breed specific fingering weight wool, this shawl is full of fun surprises!

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Difficulty: 2.6 (36 users)

This is the second pattern for year 5 of my 7 Small Shawls eBook series.

Cast on along the left edge, this striped shawl forms a wing shape by building one wedge upon another. Lace inserts are written so that you never have to break yarn or carry a long piece of your second color along the edge. Magic! The shawl is bound off with a reverse stockinette stitch i-cord which provides a strong edge while blending in perfectly to the garter stitch of the shawl. Overall, this shawl is a fantastically relaxing knit!

Note that different knitting styles seem to affect garter stitch more than other stitches; beware that you may need to purchase extra yardage or go down in needle size if you are a loose knitter. It is also possible to omit one of the wedge repeats without adversely affecting the shawl. When choosing to substitute yarns, be sure to purchase extra yardage, as the different spin and fiber content of the yarn may affect the amount of yardage used.

This pattern includes full written instructions. There are no charts.


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Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Difficulty: 2.6 (16 users)

errata: row 6 of Stripe Panel 1 on page 3 should be 173 sts, instead of 73

This is the seventh pattern for year 5 of my 7 Small Shawls eBook series.

The top triangle of Tablature is knit side to side with an openwork stripe pattern, and using a tonal variegated yarn. Stitches are picked up around the bottom of the triangle in loops created while knitting the top portion. The bottom striped portion is broken up into two asymmetrically striped panels, using a three colors, then a third stripe section is worked around the bottom, and the shawl is bound off with a knitted on edging.


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