The lace panels of the Eucalyptus Pullover are inspired by afghans that the designer’s grandmother has made. This lightweight sweater is worked from the top down in one piece, with raglan shaping. Short-rows are used at the neck for the best fit and at the bottom for a slanted hemline.
Difficulty Level Intermediate
Yarn Weight 2
Finished Size 31 (34½, 39½, 41½, 46¼, 48½, 50½)“ circumference at underarm. Pullover shown measures 34½”; modeled with ½“ of negative ease.
Gauge 23 sts and 32 rnds = 4” in St st on larger needle.
The Rosalie Cowl was designed out of inspiration from my Grandmother's (Rosalie) afghan pattern. Rosalie made everyone in our large extended family an afghan made of four long strips pieced together. The Rosalie Cowl is that design translated to be worked in the round and just as cozy and full of love as each of the afghans Rosalie made.
The Rosalie Cowl is a constructed in the round using simple lace knitting techniques. This is a great first lacework project for novice knitters.
Size: 30" circumference, 24" length
Yarn: 420 - 440 yards of Worsted/DK weight yarn. (Shown in Misti Alpaca Best of Nature Worsted)
Inspired by the Impressionist painting “Water Lilies” by Monet and of course it needs the perfect hand dyed yarn to really come together.
Skills used: Provisional Cast on, Lacework, Kitchener Stitch, I cord edge Construction: Worked flat and joined to for infinity scarf Pattern Style: Written Pattern & Chart Share on Instagram #waterliliesscarf #ellenroseknits
nspired by Art Deco Architecture and named for The Great Gatsby, the West Egg Shawl uses brioche, lace, and short rows to mimic stunning 1920s design. Its unique shape makes for a perfect shoulder drape but also removes bulk if worn like a scarf.
Skills used: I-cord cast on and bind off, brioche, and short rows Construction: Worked flat, with short rows Pattern Style: Written pattern Share on Instagram: #westeggshawl #ellenroseknits
Pattern includes, written instructions and charts for brioche sections.