Bread and Roses Shawl
One of my favourite patterns. Beaded rosebuds with a border along the right side of wheat sheaves. This shawl makes me feel special every time I wear the original.
This shawl uses approximately 850 yards or 750 metres of fingering weight yarn and many 6/0 beads.
Pattern is both written and charted and is a lovely lace project for anyone wanting to get into lace knitting or for experience lace knitters.
Flowering Victoria Wrap
This wrap blends two flowery lace patterns to create an amazing visual and beautiful draping along the wrists. It is knitted in two halves which are grafted together in the middle of the back.
You will need 1280 yards or 1170 metres of fingering weight yarn and I’d strongly recommend using stitch markers to track your pattern. The final wrap is 61″ by 25″ or 156cm by 65cm