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Dreaming Daisy Shawl Dreaming Daisy shawl

A small jolly striped shawl with a bold daisy motif bouncing along the waves of the Feather and Fan stitched based lace pattern. The combination of simple lace patterns, with plenty of plain knit and purl rows makes this a fairly simple shawl to knit, with enough detail to keep you interested.

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Camellia02 Camellia

A chunky version of Victorian lacy wristwarmers. They narrow at the wrist with cable twists running up the centre and spreading to lace inserts at the cuff and hand.

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Tulips for Margaret wristwarmersTulips for Margaret

Elegant wristwarmers with a textural tulip design inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

£2.50 (+VAT in EU)


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Evangelina socks Evangelina

A Victorian baby’s bootee inspired this sock design.

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Cabled cosiesCabled cafetière & tea cosy
2 patterns-in-one. Designed to teach how to knit cables

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4 comments

  1. Hi I bought the pattern Nd wool for the
    Gujarati shawl at the yarn fair in Yorkshire last month .
    I am wondering if I need errata ?
    I am just beginning Section 4 and it says Re-position markets on first row but although it says to remove markers there is only mention of one replacement 2 Stitches before the end!
    I love the yarn and the shawl so far but I don’t want to mess it up!
    Love
    Marilyn zx

    1. Hi Marilyn,
      You are not removing all the markers from the previous section/row, you are leaving every other one, the pattern repeat is doubling in size from 24 sts to 48 sts, which is why you only need to place one marker near the end of the row. you might find it useful to look at the chart instructions as well as the written ones at this point, as they express those instructions differently.
      Hope you enjoy knitting it.
      Ruth 🙂

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