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Bobble Lace Flowers Triangle Shawl
HeartStrings knitting pattern #H37
A garden of delicate knitted lace is enhanced with bobbles, texture and clustered stitches in the Bobble Lace Flowers Triangle Shawl.
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Detail of flower bobbles and clustered stitches in the leaves.
My model pictured here used a yarn with colors that overlay the lace with the soft pastels of earth and sky. I can envision many other color palettes that would be lovely in this design. I encourage you to choose your own favorite colors and paint a field of flowers knitted into your heart-felt shawl creation using this pattern.
Triangular shape 36" deep and 74" wide. 1050 yards lace weight yarn. Size 3 mm needles suggested or size to give average gauge of 7 ¼ stitches per inch over blocked lace. Shown in Schaefer Yarns Andrea 100% silk color Empress Wu Zhao. Charted and written stitch instructions.
Here is the Bobble Lace Flowers Triangle Shawl spread out to give you another view of the overall design. Notice how the darker background causes the colors to shift from a the paler pastels in the picture showing the shawl being worn. This is because of visual blending. For more on color in lace knitting, see the article Playing with Color in Your Mind's Eye.
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