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.
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.
The Pivot pattern includes easy to follow written and charted instructions. Yardage requirements: 418 yards of laceweight yarn.

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