From the magazine:
The triangular shawl features a garter stitch body and large scale open lace pattern along one diagonal edge. Reminiscent of flowing water, the design is lovely in the drapey, flowing Canopy Fingering. Shown in River Dolphin, a lovely blue grey that reinforces the “waters” theme, it will be interesting to see how the patterning of the shawl changes in appearance if other colors are used. I’m intrigued by the prospect of it in a color such as Tanager or Quetzal – would the waves appear as peacock feathers in a lovely, vibrant teal?
Yarn: The Fibre Co. Canopy Fingering: River Dolphin, 6 skeins.
Gauge: 23 stitches and 44 rows = 4″ in garter stitch, after blocking.
Needles: US 2½ – 3.0 mm and US 5 – 3.75 mm.
Size: 72″ wingspan and 31″ wide.
Besides knitting and crochet, the issue contains gorgeous sewing, baking, embroidery, and patchwork projects. Below are just a few of my favorites.
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You can see the full issue via the Making website here, or the knitting and crochet patterns featured in the issue on Ravelry here.
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