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Category: Shawls

Honey and Wool

When I started this design, it was just meant to be a cowlette. I wanted something that would be quick to design, quick to knit and quickly let me move

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The corner of a shawl hanging down in a spiral showing the garter stitch lace edge

Cream and Fluff

Meet Cranachan! I had so much trouble coming up with a name for this pattern. I kept thinking about clouds, but I wasn’t finding anything I liked as a name

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A blue garter stitch shawl with a rippling cable pattern down one side wrapped around a mannequin

Rippling into Autumn

I’m so excited to share Tuinn Bheaga with you at last! It’s been very popular on Instagram over the last couple of weeks so I hope you’re as happy to

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A purple and grey striped shawl with lace panels draped around a mannequin

Loidhne – Lines

This is the shawl I was knitting when the schools closed and the lockdown was announced. It carried me through the first couple of weeks was a really fun knit.

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A grey shawl with a cabled spine, a garter stitch body with slipped stitch detail and chevron detail on the edge.

Fearthainn – Rain

Rain, rain, rain… That’s pretty much what it’s done for the last week here – it almost makes me want to go back to the colder frosty mornings! At this

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A grey shawlette with a textured body and wide lace border on a white mannequin.

Haar – The Sea Mist

When I was growing up, we lived just inland enough that the haar didn’t reach us – it was, in fact, a key reason my parents decided not to live

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I’m Liz and I'm a Scottish Knitwear designer! I design and write knitting patterns for accessories, produce tutorials and write about what I do!
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Handy Tips

Notions pouches, tape measure, scissors, scrap yarn and a selection of stitch markers

Notions About Notions

I saw a post on Twitter a couple of weeks ago, about a knitter who had gone on a cruise and only realised once she

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