The Spanish Dancer Scarf is knit from one end to the other. This pretty crescent scarf is sure to please. To start, increases are made on the right side every fourth row. When scarf reaches maximum width it’s knit even for a while before the decreases begin.
Stitches are then decreased until a small number of stitches remain. The entire scarf is worked in garter stitch except for the leaves. Fingering weight yarn, 450 yards. US 5 (3.75 mm) needles. 21 sts and 19 garter ridges to 4 inches in stitch pattern. 10.5 x 60 inches; 27 x 152 cm. 2 stitch markers.
yourself in lace! Based
on an early 1900 German knitting pattern, this updated
designs to uses both left- and right-leaning decreases, a
modern method of denoting the stitches in the charts.
Since the design was inspired by German knitting techniques,
the pattern was named Diamanten, which is German for
Diamonds. Both scarf and shawl are knit from the cast on
edge straight through to the bind off edge.
Lace weight, 350  yards.
US 5 (3.75 mm), or size required for gauge. 16 sts and 25 rows to 4 inches (10 cm) in stitch pattern, blocked. 11 x 61 [24 x 72] inches; 28 x 155 [61 x 183] cm.
knitting pattern is named
for the leaves and flowers of trees in the Tilia genus,
commonly referred to as linden, lime (not to be confused
with the citrus), and basswood. This awesome shawl is knit from the
border up to the top edge. Decreases worked on all
right-side rows shape the garment into a triangle as it is
knit. To finish, 10 stitches are grafted together; no
stitches are bound off. The nupps were added for texture,
and the delight in making them. They can be omitted or
replaced with beads (instructions included), if desired.
800 yards. US 5 (3.75 mm)
Approximately 850 no. 8 seed beads instead of nupps, optional.
Diamond motif 2¼ x 2¼ inches (5.7 x 5.7 cm), blocked
66½ x 36½ inches (169 x 93 cm)
Knit from the top center down this versatile shawl pattern from Fiber Trends can be knit in a variety of sizes as well as yarn gauges. Small eyelet circles are surrounded by wings of swirling stockinette stitch to create a host of angels on this triangular shawl.
This shawl is a wonderful reminder of all the angels in our lives -- winged or otherwise -- and makes a comforting gift. Can be knit in lace, fingering, sport/dk or worsted weight yarn. Yarn requirements in fingering weight Merino Gems yarn: 5 skeins
This one is an easy to knit pattern! Simple garter stitch square knit in the round from the center out and then bound off in your choice of four different lace edgings. It can be made in many different weights of yarn to any size desired. Great for beginning knitters.
designed by Evelyn E Clarke
This Fiber Trends shawl inspired by her trip to New Mexico. Butterflies flutter in the sunlight above mountains, rows of corn and a river where nearby rabbits play in the grass. Surrounded by an edging of squash blossoms. Knitting yarn requirements: 1200yds lace weight yarn.
This reversible garter stitch lace shawl celebrates Arachne from Greek mythology and Spider Woman from Hopi and Navajo legends. Ancient symbols embraced by spinners, as well as weavers, lace makers and other needle artists. The shawl looks great in a wide variety of sizes and weights of yarns. Yarn requirements for sport weight yarn: 600 yards.
Puffy cocoons outlined by waving knit stitches. On the opposite side, purl sts outline the cocoons giving a different, but equally attractive look and a reversible fabric. 400 to 450 yards of lace weight yarn for scarf, 800 to 900 yards of lace weight yarn for shawl.
This Fiber Trends pattern one of my favorite triangle shawl pattern! Knit from the center back neck down, ending in a simple scalloped edging. Instructions given for four weights of yarn and three sizes.
This pattern can be knit in lace, fingering, sport/dk or worsted weight yarn. Yarn requirements in fingering weight Merino Gems yarn: 5 skeins. Or just use your handspun yarn. :-)
Lace weight yarn. Knitting instructions are written and in form of a chart as well. Wrap: 19" x 66", 848 yards lace weight yarn. Scarf: 10" x 66", 485 yards lace weight yarn.
Size 5 needles, gauge 5.5 st/ 1". Alternate yarn recommendation calls for fingering weight yarn. Knit this wrap in Gems Merino yarn, 5 skeins. From Fiber Trends.
Old Shale lace creates ripples across this simple triangular shawl. Instructions for 4 weights of yarn. Shown in Cherub from Wool In the Woods. Knitting instructions are written and in form of a chart as well. Yarn requirements: 1200yds lace weight, or 1400 yds fingering weight, or 1150 yds sport weight, or 850 yds dk or worsted weight
This Fiber Trends pattern evokes a pattern reminiscent of sunshine rippling down on a village surrounded by orchards, sunflowers, and sheep.
1200 yards lace weight yarn, Needles size 5 and 7.
Seagulls, evergreen trees, sand dollars, water, fish and shells are all depicted in lace on this garter stitch shawl.
Knit from the center neck edge down, the sides are finished with the lace shell edging, and the top is edged with I-cord.
Knitting instructions are written and in form of a chart as well. Yarn requirements: 1100 yards lace weight yarn. Fiber Trends.
Pacific Northwest Shawl No longer available
Cone shells, sand dollars, scallops, and starfish can be seen in the shallows by the waves of the sea on this lacy, semi-circular shawl knit in lace weight yarn. A Fiber Trends pattern.
Seascape Shawl No longer available
One of my all time favorite shawls! Stunning lacy triangle shawl with all over leaf design. Instructions for 2 sizes in four weights of yarn. Easy to read charts. Can be knit in lace, fingering, sport/dk or worsted weight yarn. Yarn requirements in fingering weight Merino Gems yarn: 5 skeins
Design by Sarah Hauschka.
Intriguing to knit, this geometric oddity makes a beautiful, yet functional scarf that can be worn in many ways. 450 yards fingering weight yarn, needle size 7.
Spruce up your wardrobe! Three easy to knit versions in multiple gauges. Simple shaping creates a neck hugging scarf with ties long enough to drape, knot, or pin. Includes instructions for garter stitch scarf, Triple Eyelet Border Scarf, and Eyelet Scarf.
Can be knit in fingering, sport, DK or worsted weight
yarn! You will need about 200 yards for any of these
Rows of eyelets separate chevrons of garter, seed, stockinette, moss and reverse stockinette stitches, creating a landscape of patterns on this shawl and scarf. This reversible design shows off the beauty of any yarn. Classic triangle shape knit from the point up. Can be knit in lace weight, fingering, sport, DK or worsted weight yarn. Yarn requirements for fingering weight yarn such as Merino Gems: 1075 yards.
Design by Evelyn A. Clark
Step in style! These lacy leaf socks could be made to match the leaf color of any season. Pattern is a variation of Barbara Walker's Veined Leaf Panel. Knit in sock weight yarn.
350 yards sock weight yarn, gauge: 8 stiches /1" size 5 DP needles. A Fiber Trends pattern.
Great in fingering weight yarn such as Merino Gems. Yarn requirements: 3 skeins per pair of socks. Fiber Trends.
You don't have to wait for warm weather to brighten a bath with flowers. These washcloths and matching soap sacks feature garter stitch lace blossoms that look great all year. The round washcloths are worked back and forth in short row wedges.
The soap sacks are knit flat and seamed. Combine these lacy pieces with a fragrant bar of soap for a wonderful gift that will be sure to bring you a bouquet of compliments.