Midnight Grove Knitted Lace Wrap Pattern

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Midnight Grove Knitted Lace Wrap Pattern

Hello, lovely.

Thanks for visiting today. 🙂

Our newest pattern release is this amazing stunner: Midnight Grove Wrap

A beautiful and advanced knitted lace shawl pattern that you’re sure to treasure for eons! It’s puddly and drapey and gorgeous.

Designed for us by Emily Walton.

Midnight Grove Knitted Lace Shawl/ Wrap Pattern

Midnight Grove Knitted Lace Shawl/ Wrap Pattern

Midnight Grove Knitted Lace Shawl/ Wrap Pattern

Midnight Grove Knitted Lace Shawl/ Wrap Pattern

Midnight Grove Knitted Lace Shawl/ Wrap Pattern

Notes from the designer about this lovely wrap:

•I knew in advance that I wanted to do a more traditional rectangular wrap that let the yarn and the pattern shine without any crazy shaping.

•I love the openness of Starlight lace, and pairing it with the leaf shadow border made me think of spring nights, of full moons and starry skies, and late night walks in gardens and under trees. The color also works well with both lace patterns, the tonal variations reminding me of thin clouds that cross the moon during the night. Nighttime has always been my favorite time of day; I suppose it’s the romantic in me.

•Like most of my pieces, I really fell in love with this one after it was blocked and the lace opened to its full potential. We swatch to get an idea of what a piece will look like blocked, so I knew where I was going with the pattern, but even a large swatch isn’t as exciting as seeing a fully finished piece that has been blocked and is ready to be shown off to the world.

•Even though this piece is essentially a long rectangle, it can still be worn multiple ways, folded or unfolded, or even as a scarf, making it versatile and multi-seasonal, so it also suits my need for functional fashion.

It’s a beauty. Enjoy making it!

Download here.

Chandi

By | 2017-09-04T14:04:37+00:00 May 12th, 2017|Finished Objects, Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Scarves and Cowls|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Lynn Ketchum May 15, 2017 at 9:59 pm - Reply

    I love Chandi’s patterns. The colors of the yarn…fabulous.

  2. Molly Burns May 26, 2017 at 4:19 pm - Reply

    Emily did an amazing job with this pattern. It looks perfect for summer evenings out and about, maybe over an all back mini. Luv

  3. Jean Moyer June 27, 2017 at 10:14 pm - Reply

    Very pretty

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