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Edie Springtime Cardigan by Tina Whitmore Just about the simplest knitting you could imagine! A very basic shape with dramatic detail provided by the alternating stripes of lace and worsted yarns in long self-striping colorways. Cardigan body is knitted sideways in all one piece and sleeves can either be worked in the round off the body or flat and sewn on later. Leave open or use a shawl pin for closure. Shown in Maple Ombré Lace and Maple Ombré Worsted - 1 - 2 skeins lace and 2 - 3 skeins worsted depending on size. Needles: 6mm / US10 and 10mm / US 15 24” circular needles. Gauge: lace - 3.5 sts/4 rows on US10, worsted - 3 sts/2 rows on US 15. Sizes: P (2-4), S (4-6), M (8-10), L (12 -14) XL (14-16) Required Skills: Knit, Purl. $7.50
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Lina T-Shirt  by Tina Whitmore Drop Stitch, Drop Shoulder Boat Neck Lace T-shirt This lightweight T-shirt is made with just one to two balls of our Ombré Lace. All panels have a series of drop stitch stripes, with a modesty panel across the front to allow for a bit more coverage. Looks great without sleeves as well. Fun and easy knitting! Shown in Fuchsia Ombré Lace - 1 (1, 2, 2, 2, 2) skeins Gauge 24sts/32 rows= 4" square in stockinette st, after being stretched and blocked Sized Petite (2/4), Adult S(4/6), Adult M(8/10), Adult L(12/14), Adult XL(14/16) and Adult XXL (16/18) Required Skills: Knit, Purl Panels are knit first and stitches are dropped at set intervals to create stripes. Final sizing is reached in blocking. $7.50
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LACE Weight Patterns
Angel Wings Batwing Sweater by Sara Lucas An elegant lightweight top shown here in our Alpaca/Silk Lace (interchangeable with our Merino Lace) - this style universally fits and flatters! Shown in Cloud Ombré and Viridian Lace yarns Needles:US 6 / 4mm circular needle Two Sizes: Petitie/Small has 54” wingspan. 36 waist, M/L has 59” wingspan, 40” waist Requires one ball each Ombre and Semi Solid Lace Gauge: 24 sts/32 rows over 4” in stocking stitch $7.50
Sonoma Lace Scarf by Tina Whitmore Diamond shaped panels of trellis and leaves surrounded by a slim garter stitch border travel the length of this single ball project. Pattern is charted and easy to memorize after the first few repeats. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Grapevine Suggested Needle Size 3.25mm, US 4 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 53” long, 16” wide Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Acanthus Cowl by Sue Forstat Easy to follow and memorize lace repeat. Lace three-dimensional pattern resembles the dramatic leafed colums of ancient Greece. Knitting alternates between two complimentary lace patterns, creating a sophisticated three dimensional cowl. Shown here worked up in one ball of our Purpleheart Lace for a lightweight chill-chaser. Perfect for early fall or cool spring days! US 2 / 2.75mm circular needle Approx 10” tall, 20” diameter Includes both charted and written directions Skills: Knit, Purl, Knitting in the Round, YO $5.50
Rivulet  Cowl by Tina Whitmore Combining short rows and a fan and feather variation creates expanding segments of perfectly placed color in this wavy hourglass shaped cowl. This is worked in just one ball of our Flux self-striping lace weight yarn. Joined with a seamlessly when using a provisional cast on. Optionally you can use two or three balls to create a long scarf. Shown here worked with one ball of Flux lace in Bird of Paradise US 6 / 4mm 24” circular needle Approx 14” tall, 20” diameter Skills: Knit $5.50
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Medialuna Lace Shawl by Tina Whitmore A large arc shaped shawl with ridge accents worked with layered ombre pattern by working from both ends of the same ball of gradient yarn. A simple pattern to really show off the color shift in the yarn. Perfect for new knitters who want to try working with a lace, or experienced knitters who want a simple quick project. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Coho, also shown in one Fingering Shawl Ball in Chinook Suggested Needle Size 3.75mm, US 5 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 48” Wingspan , 18” deep Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Edie Springtime Cardigan by Tina Whitmore Just about the simplest knitting you could imagine! A very basic shape with dramatic detail provided by the alternating stripes of lace and worsted yarns in long self-striping colorways. Cardigan body is knitted sideways in all one piece and sleeves can either be worked in the round off the body or flat and sewn on later. Leave open or use a shawl pin for closure. Shown in Maple Ombré Lace and Maple Ombré Worsted - 1 - 2 skeins lace and 2 - 3 skeins worsted depending on size. Needles: 6mm / US10 and 10mm / US 15 24” circular needles. Gauge: lace - 3.5 sts/4 rows on US10, worsted - 3 sts/2 rows on US 15. Sizes: P (2-4), S (4-6), M (8-10), L (12 -14) XL (14-16) Required Skills: Knit, Purl. $7.50
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Lina T-Shirt  by Tina Whitmore Drop Stitch, Drop Shoulder Boat Neck Lace T-shirt This lightweight T-shirt is made with just one to two balls of our Ombré Lace. All panels have a series of drop stitch stripes, with a modesty panel across the front to allow for a bit more coverage. Looks great without sleeves as well. Fun and easy knitting! Shown in Fuchsia Ombré Lace - 1 (1, 2, 2, 2, 2) skeins Gauge 24sts/32 rows= 4" square in stockinette st, after being stretched and blocked Sized Petite (2/4), Adult S(4/6), Adult M(8/10), Adult L(12/14), Adult XL(14/16) and Adult XXL (16/18) Required Skills: Knit, Purl Panels are knit first and stitches are dropped at set intervals to create stripes. Final sizing is reached in blocking. $7.50
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LACE Weight Patterns
Angel Wings Batwing Sweater by Sara Lucas An elegant lightweight top shown here in our Alpaca/Silk Lace (interchangeable with our Wool/Nylon Lace) - this style universally fits and flatters! Shown in Cloud Ombré and Viridian Lace yarns Needles:US 6 / 4mm circular needle Two Sizes: Petitie/Small has 54” wingspan. 36 waist, M/L has 59” wingspan, 40” waist Requires one ball each Ombre and Semi Solid Lace Gauge: 24 sts/32 rows over 4” in stocking stitch $7.50
Sonoma Lace Scarf by Tina Whitmore Diamond shaped panels of trellis and leaves surrounded by a slim garter stitch border travel the length of this single ball project. Pattern is charted and easy to memorize after the first few repeats. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Grapevine Suggested Needle Size 3.25mm, US 4 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 53” long, 16” wide Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Acanthus Cowl by Sue Forstat Easy to follow and memorize lace repeat. Lace three-dimensional pattern resembles the dramatic leafed colums of ancient Greece. Knitting alternates between two complimentary lace patterns, creating a sophisticated three dimensional cowl. Shown here worked up in one ball of our Purpleheart Lace for a lightweight chill-chaser. Perfect for early fall or cool spring days! US 2 / 2.75mm circular needle Approx 10” tall, 20” diameter Includes both charted and written directions Skills: Knit, Purl, Knitting in the Round, YO $5.50
Medialuna Lace Shawl by Tina Whitmore A large arc shaped shawl with ridge accents worked with layered ombre pattern by working from both ends of the same ball of gradient yarn. A simple pattern to really show off the color shift in the yarn. Perfect for new knitters who want to try working with a lace, or experienced knitters who want a simple quick project. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Coho, also shown in one Fingering Shawl Ball in Chinook Suggested Needle Size 3.75mm, US 5 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 48” Wingspan , 18” deep Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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