Tag Archive ‘Free Knitting Pattern’

 

knittedyarns Recession Buster Knitting- Free Shetland Scarf Pattern

  As I was knitting my mother’s black Shetland Lace Scarf, I realized that this pattern makes a great recession buster project since it can be made with only one ball of lace weight yarn. Lace weight yarn for those of you who have used it has great yardage per skien and it’s usually reasonably priced.    While lace […]

knittedyarns Starry Gift – Free Knitting Pattern

  Classic Elite’s newsletter contains free knitting patterns. This week’s pattern is a keeper. It’s a star shaped washcloth. It’s a useful project for those leftover balls of cotton and linen (if you don’t have any of Classic Elite’s Provence). This washcloth makes a great Christmas tree decoration that doesn’t sit in your basement most […]

knittedyarns More Estonian Lace Inspired Shawl KAL Eye Candy

While I didn’t have a lot of time to stop by The Point this week, I was able to get a photo of Georgia’s first repeat of the Estonian Lace in magnificent purple. Other knitting friends have been joining us on this lace journey.      Looking at several repeats, we thought that the Estonian […]

knittedyarns Estonian Lace Scarf Inspired Shawl KAL

A few of my knitting buddies and I are planning to start an Estonian Lace KAL inspired by the Triinu Shawl that I made my mother. As the basis for the pattern that we plan to knit, we are using The Estonian Lace Scarf by Helene Wallin 2006. It has 21 projects on Ravelry.

The Estonian Lace Scarf contains three different lace patterns and requires grafting (a no-no in my book, at least for now). Therefore, I’ve made some modifications to create a no-grafting needed Estonian Lace Shawl.

Estonian Lace Scarf Inspired Shawl Notes Source: http://entill.typepad.com/estonian_lacescarf.pdf

Two other online sources that might be of use:

Estonian Lace Study Good for visual help

Create Along Good for documenting lace patterns

Disclaimer: I am knitting this shawl for the first time as my friends in yarn and I progress. I am working ahead of them to ensure that any potential glitches will be worked out in advance.

Estonian Lace Scarf Inspired Shawl Modifications by Heidi Cohen

Yarn requirements: (Note: This is a work in progress so that actual results may vary.) Use about 1,000 yards of sock or lace weight yarn. The choice of yarn depends on the type of shawl that you want to create. In addition, you will need scrap yarn for the provisional cast on.