This wrap is composed of individual motifs.
This rectangular wrap incorporates an all-over Fair Isle stitch pattern bordered by a checkerboard edge pattern.
The construction and design of this shawl are designed to highlight the unblended, single breed yarn chosen for the project.
This lace shawl is worked with two balls of yarn of different colors.
This crescent shaped shawl has a triangular center panel.
This pattern accompanies the Fashion Framework article on pleats.
The Pattern from a Member in this issue is from Michael Harrigan who is a Master Knitter living in Thailand.
The unique placements of increases and decreases create the asymmetrical shape and cause the lace panel to travel in a diagonal fashion.
The Rocky Hills Shawl is a triangular shawl knit in a combination of subtle texture and delicate lace.
This pattern, worked from the top down, does not even need a chart. Simple yarn-over increases are alternated with double yarn-over rows, hiding, but at the same time highlighting the Pi increase within the design.