Elke is all about taking simple elements and combining them into something beautiful. Utilizing a modified half-pi shawl construction, this lace and simple texture pattern creates an elegant look. The pattern is easily modified for a range of yarns and sizes, and suggestions are included for sizing up or down in the pattern. The sample is knit in Mirasol Sulka Legato using 2 skeins, creating a soft squishy shawl, but a thicker weight yarn can easily be substituted to make a thicker, warmer garment for chillier months.
This pattern includes both written and charted instructions, and is a good pattern for newer knitters looking to branch out and experiment.
Check out the pattern page here, and the Ravelry page here.
I’m very pleased to announce my newest knitting pattern release – Zostera!
Zostera is my love letter to living on the coast.
The tang of a salty breeze coming off the ocean is one of the things I miss most about living on the west coast of British Columbia, and looking over a dock and watching sea grasses move gently in the current is like peering into another world. Zostera features texture and lace that remind of that movement – using a knit/purl stitches, slipped stitches, and lace, this shawl is inspired by those forms locked away under the ocean’s surface.
This shawl is cast on at one end, then gently increases along one edge to create an asymmetric shape.
I designed the repeats to be easy to memorize – making it the perfect summer project for when you’re soaking up some sun on the beach, out camping, or on a road trip.
Zostera is free through Knotions, so head on over here to get the pattern for yourself.