Feather & Fan . . . and an e-book !

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Introducing Altitude “Lace”, the third of my series of three cowls designed for my Knitting @ Altitude group, with special consideration of  those beginners who are up for a challenge.

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“Feather & Fan” I believe is a colloquial name for a traditional lace motif, and I’ve borrowed it to design a very easy lace cowl, with naught but a knit stitch, a yarn-over, and a knit-2-together is all that is needed for making one ~~ you can do it ! 

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I must say something about this yarn too, got it over at the Local Yarn Shop in the sale ‘bin’ the other day, it is deliriously gorgeous (okay, so I guess I am a real ‘yarnie’ now)… Road To China  (made in Peru) which is 65% Baby alpaca, 15% Silk, 10% Camel, 10% Cashmere. I’ve never had the pleasure of such luxury, it is beautiful, and I’m keeping this prototype to wear all the time.

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That’s about it. I’m trying to figure out still how to assemble the e-book on Ravelry, but until I do I’ll just have them all sold separately, no harm in that.  You can find Altitude “Lace” on this site HERE , and on Ravelry HERE . . . .

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Edit In : I’ve now got my first e-book together ~~ Altitude Cowls !!!

2 thoughts on “Feather & Fan . . . and an e-book !

    • Thanks Lizzi. You would not believe how difficult it was for me to figure out the ‘e-book’ thing…. but I did. I wanted to have all the cowl stuff done & dusted this weekend while Jeff was away solo trekking in the Sierras, and I did it. All of it! I’m quite pleased 🙂 .

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