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Tag: Shawl

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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A close up on the lace border

A Shawl for a Wedding

All the way back in February my brother-in-law got married. Clearly, I had no choice but to knit a shawl to go with my dress – unfortunately, I left the

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A triangular shawl with a striped stockinette body and a wide lace panel

Aoide – My Muse

My new pattern is ready and I’m so excited to share it with you all at last! Like most of my other shawls it’s name is Greek. Aoide was the

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A triangular shaped shawl with a smooth striped edge

Goddess of Mountain Winds

My latest pattern has just been published. It’s called Orithyia (pronounced or-ith-ee-a) after the Ancient Greek Goddess of cold mountain winds. I really love using Greek names, although it’s a

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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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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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