Print PDF A quick project for busy days. Who said that we can not do lace with super bulky yarn? By Clara Beauty >> This pattern on Ravelry Material 3 balls of Mito (Adriafil, 53% wool / 47% acrylic. Super bulky, 97,5m, 150gr. Color: 012) Circular needle 10mm (at least 60cm long) A marker Size [ Read More ]
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Print PDF Because I love Cole Porter I decided to give the name of one of my favorite songs A shawl? A stole? A scarf? All in one! You can use it however you want. Designed by Clara Beauty >> Favourite on Ravelry **** The written part of the pattern was gently done by Felicity. [ Read More ]
This shawl was created by Beatriz Medina for the second KAL project organized by us.
Print PDF This blanket was made specially for Saco dos Bebês da Veralu, a social project that gives clothes and blankets to poor mothers and their babies. by Clara Beauty >> Clique aqui para acessar esta receita em Português >> This pattern on Ravelry Yarn: Sedificada by Pingouin - Aran / 10 ply (167m/approx183yds [ Read More ]
Print PDF By Clara Beauty >> See this pattern in Ravelry >> Veja esta receita em PortuguÃªs 3 skeins Merino (Coats â€“ light worsted) (~710 meters) (em yards?) 32â€ circular needles, US6/4mm 4 Stitch markers Gauge: 20 sts x 26 rows = 10cm (4″) in stockinette. Directions: This is a top down pulover. Cast on [ Read More ]
You just need one skein of Litoral (Aslan Trends) to make this neck warmer. See Karen Burns’ pattern.
This is the last part of our Misterious Project II. If you finish your shawl until 17th Jul, send a picture of your piece to us and you can win a gift from Bazar Horizonte, our sponsor.
Print PDF Now youâ€™ll finish the diamond pattern. Work follows the same method: p4, follow the chart, k1, repeat the chart, p4 in the odd-numbered (right-side) rows, purl the even-numbered (wrong-side) rows.
Print PDF Maybe this is the shawl longest part. Follow carefully the chart. Donâ€™t forget: blank cells are meaningless! Just skip them, they arenâ€™t knitted. Their only purpose is to give some visual order to the chart. Donâ€™t forget the 4 garter stitches at the beginning and at the end of all rows and the [ Read More ]
Print PDF New chart – June 16 Now weâ€™re back to a chart showing just the odd-numbered rows (the right-side rows). And Iâ€™m sure you knot why: all the even-numbered rows are purled, so I donâ€™t need to show them in the chart. For each row, begin with p4 (the garter-stitch border), then follow the [ Read More ]
Print PDF Part 3: Now there are changes in the chart. ALL the rows are shown. Itâ€™s because not all the even-numbered rows are purled. The chart shows the rows as they look AT THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE WORK. So, if you are doing a WRONG SIDE ROW, you need to â€œinvertâ€ the stitches: [ Read More ]
Print PDF Keep working as in Part 1. All odd-numbered rows begin with p4, then come the corresponding chart row, then k1, then repeat the corresponding chart row, ending the row with p4. All even-numbered rows are purled. At the end of the 52nd row, each triangle has 49 stitches; total stitch count = 107 [ Read More ]
Print PDF Raised leaves shawl Stitches used: knit purl k2tog p2tog yo ssk or slip 1, knit 1, psso slip1, k2tog, psso Garter stitch: purl all rows. About the charts: – The chart key explains the symbols used – Even-numbered rows are purled – The shawl has 4 garter border stitches and 1 knit stitch [ Read More ]