Design invites the knitter to the Yorkshire Moors - to fancy a look back into Jane Eyre’s story - to wander the windy, green landscape, harsh and beautiful - to step into the novel, this time with yarn and needle.
DK Islay in Spring is a sweet springtime heart-of-a-shawl, for some a working shawl, made to be worn day-to-day to adorn the shoulders and add that little bit of comfort and warmth to the back, neck and chest. The exquisite simplicity of the tweed pattern creates beautiful texture and stitch definition.
This shawl or stole features rows of eyelets and a panel of lacy cables off to one side (no additional cable holder is needed). Noctis’ design reminds me of stars and swirling galaxies and the dark shade of the shawl brings to mind the night. Noctis actually means “of night” in Latin.
From Knitting Fever on FB Check out this great version of the Inspira Cowl our employee Cherry knit! She used Louisa Harding Yarns Amitola in colors #101 and #105 http://knittingfever.com/louisa-harding/yarn/amitola/ Find the pattern on Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/inspira-cowl Ask for the yarn at your local yarn store!
Nimm was da ist / Take whats there pattern by Florentine