Tag Archive ‘Evelyn Clark’


knittedyarns Pros & Cons of Baby Cashmerino Heartland Shawl

I have finally finished my Baby Cashmerino Heartland Shawl! It took  5 skeins of blue -gray Debbie Bliss baby cashmerino bought at Webs’ Tent Sale last May. Since I intended to use the shawl to keep me warm from the cold with its softness, I knit it on smaller needles to make a thicker fabric. […]

knittedyarns Cashmerino Heartland Shawl Begins…

Starting a new lace project using the blue-grey Debbie Bliss baby cashmerino. I am making Evelyn Clark’s Heartland Shawl, which is a free lace pattern.

knittedyarns E is for Estonian Lace

Before my wedding, I had planned to make the Lily of the Valley Shawl in wedding white from Interweave’s Lace Style book. It’s based on a popular  Estonian Lace pattern lily of the valley. The stitch requires nupps which are an Estonian version of bobbles. In the lily of the valley pattern, they  look a lot […]

knittedyarns Swallowtail Shawl in Teal is Finished!

  The Swallowtail Shawl in Teal is finished. I loved the Ella Rae Lace Merino. It was a very springy yarn which coordinated well with the time of year.  After finishing 6 sets of repeats for the main part of the shawl, I decided that the 1 skein that I had wasn’t going to make […]

knittedyarns Valentine's Day Stash Enhancement-Ella Rae Lace Merino

For Valentine’s Day, I took advantage of The Point’s President’s Day Sale and treated myself to a hank of Ella Rae Lace Merino in their teal color way. I had been eying the yarn which is 100% Italian merino and dyed wonderful shades of blues and greens which seem to be popping up in the […]

knittedyarns Shetland Triangle in Linen Finished

My Shetland Triangle is finished! Once I got the hang of the lace pattern, it was a fun knit. It uses the Fir Stitch which causes bubbles in the fabric. It’s important to soak your finished shawl for at least twenty minutes to soften the knitting so that it can be flattened.  Since I had […]

knittedyarns Surprise Birthday Present – Evelyn Clark’s Shetland Triangle

One of the members of our Saturday Knitting Group at The Point is an avid fan of lace shawls. She tends to use luscious wools that many of us drool over. As a gift, she had knit Evelyn Clark’s Shetland Triangle from Interweave’s Wrap Style in a lavender cashmere. The clincher for me was the […]