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Thank you for visiting my pattern shop! Patterns are download only and are not returnable or refundable. They are purchased through a different payment system from the rest of my site. You will be forwarded to Ravelry's shopping cart, where you will pay through PayPal (no account is necessary) and then you will be sent a link to download the pattern. A more complete selection of my patterns can be seen on Ravelry here. Enjoy!
7 small shawls to knit - ebook subscription

7 SMALL SHAWLS TO KNIT - eBook subscription

An ebook subscription with the first pattern debuting June 1st! As a subscriber, you will receive periodic notices that there is a new pattern ready. Just go to the link provided and download your next copy of the book. Each update will include the past patterns, as well, so there is no need to keep lots of files. The update file will completely replace any older files.

Each of the shawl patterns will also be sold separately, but when you buy the entire collection as an ebook, you will also get other small patterns sprinkled here and there–at least 3 extras! Those extra projects will not be available for purchase alone. And with an ebook purchase, you'll already be getting at least 3 of the shawl patterns free, as well!

Click through here to find out more! Downloadble pdf file. $20.00

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BRANDYWINE SHAWL - aid Haiti (click here for more images)

I designed this shawl to help Haiti after their devastating Earthquake, and $5 of the purchase price will go to Doctors without Borders or another organization that is directly helping Haiti. They will need help for years to come, and I wanted to do more than I had done. My goal - a lofty one I know! - is to sell 10,000 patterns for the people of Haiti. Thank you for your help!!!

12/31/2010: Total donated so far from Brandywine pattern sales: $16,500! Thank you all so much!

This shawl can be worked in many different weights of yarn by changing needle size. The pattern is worked in a simple lace pattern from tip to top, so that you may use greater or lesser yardage with ease, to produce a smaller or larger shawl of your choice. This pattern includes both written and charted instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $6.50

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BLUEBIRD STOLE (click here for more images)

About four years ago, during a difficult time in my life, I was doing what I often do to soothe my nerves: riding my bicycle beside the vineyards near my home. It was a crisp, sunny January day in wine country and I was enjoying the robins when I saw a streak of blue. And then another. Bluebirds! Not the usual Scrub Jays, but real honest-to-goodness Bluebirds. It was the first time I had ever seen one in person, and I knew right then that they were a sign that things would work themselves through. This stole, with its bird wing motif and leaves, reminds me of that day and the cool blue sky. Pattern includes both chart and line by line written instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $8.00

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LOVE SQUARED

A fun and easily memorized lace pattern makes this scarf great travel knitting! Knit with sock yarn on US size 5 needles, this scarf uses about 425 yards. Pattern includes both chart and line by line written instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $5.00

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trieste shawl pattern: mohair lace

TRIESTE (click here for more images)

In high school and then again in grad school, my favorite place was a tiny little narrow bistro called Cafe Trieste, with a deck in the back overlooking the creek. The people watching was fabulous, and a warm but simple wrap to throw dramatically over one's shoulder would have been just the thing. In designing Trieste, I strove for simple elegance, both in the knitting and the wearing. The shawl begins with one stitch at the bottom of the triangle, and increases one stitch at the beginning of each row. By the end of the second repeat, I had memorized the stitch pattern. I took the shawls with me to swim practices, where they served as both a lap blanket and employment for fidgety hands! The two versions, one in garter stitch and one in beaded stockinette stitch serve two very different purposes in your wardrobe, but both are wonderfully simple to knit! I have included dimensions for one, two and three balls of yarn, and since you are knitting from the bottom up, you can stop wherever you wish! This pattern includes both written and charted instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $6.50

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DELTA QUEEN SCARF (click here for more images)

I've named this scarf Delta Queen after a grand riverboat in Sacramento, California. She is a hotel now, but if you squint your eyes just so, you can still see the glamorous ladies in their silks and sequins cruising the river of an evening. I'm sure one of them was wearing a scarf just like this.Uses about 530 yards of lace weight. Pattern includes both chart and line by line written instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $5.00

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DYNAMIQUE SOCKS (click here for more images)

More lacy socks? Emphaitcally yes!!! This sock is knit from the top down, with a zigzag openwork pattern. Written for a women's medium foot, the size can be altered by using different yarn and/or needles. Uses about 350-400 yards. Pattern includes both chart and line by line written instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $6.00

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VERDIGRIS SOCKS (click here for more images)

While knitting my Verdigris fingerless mitts for Knitty, I couldn’t help but see what a great sock the stitch pattern would make. This sock is knit from the top down, using a twisted stitch pattern, with cables and openwork. Written for a women's medium foot, the size can be altered by using different yarn and/or needles. Uses about 350-400 yards. Pattern includes both chart and line by line written instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $6.00

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QUEEN WIL SOCKS (click here for more images)

The lacy sock love affair continues with these socks reminiscent of tulips, and named after Golden Gate Park's famed Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden. This sock is knit from the top down, with cables and openwork. Written for a women's medium foot, the size can be altered by using different yarn and/or needles. Uses about 350-400 yards. Pattern includes both chart and line by line written instructions. Downloadble pdf file. $6.00

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TOQUE, YO!

Inspired by Hanne Falkenberg's Tokyo jacket, this hat is knit in a simple slip stitch pattern using two colors of Shetland jumperweight wool. Knit on US size 2 & 4 needles, the hat uses 250-300 yards for each of two versions: short and tall. Shown: tall version. Downloadble pdf file. $5.00

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HEARTSONG

Originally released as part of Scout's Swag Club, this is a quick and pretty way to knit up some variegated sock yarn. Knit on US 3 needles, this reversible scarf uses 375-400 yards. Downloadble pdf file. $2.50

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SCARF "NECKLACES" I, II & III

These miniatures scarves are quick one skein projects that show off your Designs by Romi Pins! Fun to knit and give. Free download!

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