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Crop Circles and Butterflies

Posted on Feb 05, 2009. 4 comments

When I posted the contest for naming my latest design I had no idea that there would be so many responses. It was difficult to pick just one comment but since I've never seen a knitting design with a first, middle, and last name my hand was forced. So thank you to each person who took the time to comment. And without further ado I introduce you to...Crop Circle. Thanks Thuy, I've sent an email your way.
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It's being test knit currently and I'll be releasing the pattern soon.
But that's not all. I've released another triangular lace shawl in a flurry of needles, yarn, and ones and zeroes.
Let your knitting take flight with this simple shawl. Pivot, a whimsical triangular shawl starts with a handful of stitches and grows outward. The edging is knit on.
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The Pivot pattern includes easy to follow written and charted instructions. Yardage requirements: 418 yards of laceweight yarn.

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Yarn
Ístex Icelandic Laceweight [100% Wool; 250 yards
225 meters per 50g skein]; color: 9809; 2 skeins.
Total Yarn Used: 418 yards / 382 meters.
Needles
One 32-inch US #5/3.75mm circular needle
One US #5/3.75mm DPN for edging
Gauge
5 stitches per inch.
Row Gauge
6 stitches per inch.
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Comments

  • Posted by Carrie on Feb 05, 2009

    Crop circles!! I love that.

  • Posted by AlisonH on Feb 05, 2009

    Beautiful! And oh, thank you thank you thank you for the gorgeous socks. They’re absolutely exquisite. Thank you!

  • Posted by mindy on Feb 05, 2009

    Oh that’s beautiful!

  • Posted by marri on Feb 05, 2009

    yay, butterflies! i am going to have to find the perfect yarn for this one!

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