Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Hole Story – Part 4

I believe I have saved the best for last!  With the body of the shawl complete, it is time to add a gorgeous lace edging to the shawl with an applied border.  This technique binds off the shawl stitches as the border is knit on – very slick, indeed!  The photo below shows the border […]

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The Hole Story – Part 3

I hope you enjoyed the open work of the Lacy Wasp pattern as the second decorative stitch band to our shawl.  As promised, Part Three brings us two new stitch patterns along with some different approaches to making holes in our work. I have long been an admirer of the Mrs. Hunter’s Pattern.  This lovely […]

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The Hole Story – Part 2

With the completion of Part One, the semi-circle shape of our shawl is emerging.  Place a lifeline in your shawl to preserve your work as we move on to a new stitch pattern. Part Two features the Lacy Wasp stitch which derives its beauty from flanking decreases separated by a double yarn over.  The Double […]

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The Hole Story – Part 1

Welcome to the April 2014 installment of the Progressive Needles Knit Along sponsored by Skacel Collection.  It is wonderful to have so many knitters return to the quarterly KAL and join our first-timers for the debut of the fabulous new yarn, Rylie.  The Hole Story is a beautiful lace shawl that explores the many wonderful ways […]

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