Wednesday, March 24, 2010


I got done editing quicker than I thought!  Currently I am waiting for my designer hook up at Ravelry, but I figured I would get the pdf up over here while I wait!

A brief description:

A triangular shawl worked in a lattice pattern from tip to shoulders, with optional fringe. An open and lacy stitch knit with a heavy worsted weight yarn on large needles creates a wonderful contrast. This deceptively simple stitch pattern is great for beginner to advanced knitters.

Perfect for those cooler spring days and to chase the chill off your shoulders when the air conditioner is turned all the way down. Transitions to winter wonderfully, when it can be wrapped around your neck to keep the cold wind at bay.

Available in three sizes: Small, Medium and Large. Or as I like to refer to them: Kerchief, Shawlette and Shawl.

Here is the pdf link: Belmondo


  1. I really like the look of this and I see it's gotten a lot of favorable comments on Ravelry. I'm going to cast on tonight. I'm amazed at the number of prototypes you did to get it just right!

  2. Thanks, I hope you enjoy knitting it! I decided to add more sizes, so I wanted to make a prototype in each size...just to make sure everything worked out and I am a bit compulsive!

  3. I just came across this on Ravelry and love it! Do I need circulars to knit this, or can it be done on straights? The only size circulars I have are 7. Thanks! Love your work.

    1. Thanks! It will definitely be easier to fit all the stitches on a circular needle, especially if you are planning on making the larger size. You could get away with 14" straights, but the stitches will be pretty cramped on the needles.