Golden Fields Lace.
A tribute to the golden rolling hills of the landscape I live in.
Wild Oat “glumes” (see Anatomy of a Grass) sway back and forth in a golden field of lace, waving & rippling along in the warm breeze…
A traditional grains motif in an all-over pattern that is simple as it is beautiful, and so easy to knit! Borders of garter stitch, soft scalloped edges at top and bottom, straight sides, and everything in between is from one simple Golden Fields chart.
Pattern includes three styles: Stole, cowl, and square shawl with four sizes each style!
Here Golden Fields is shown in stole.
A few weeks back I did test-knit the cowl, and posted here . The cowl and stole will be really fun for me to knit over many times I think, especially with more samples of different Unspun yarns as I can come up with, as this one was knit with yarn I made and posted here.
Pattern is now live on Ravelry HERE!
Now please go check it out and get started on your Golden Fields, just in time for a truly wonderful gift to yourself or a very deserving loved one for the holidays & beyond!
Abelene asked me if she could say something, so I will close with her note.
Hi everyone, its me Abelene!
It was a thrill to model Jen’s new lace design in my future house! A thrill I tell you! Jen carried me up a ladder to the second story under the rafters, and positioned me in a way where one only saw a small finished area in the house, but really there were tarps flapping and wind blowing through and it was so very cold but very very exciting! Besides, I was bundled up warm in Golden Fields stole, so feeling no goosebumps. In the photo below, Jen stepped back only about 6 feet, and you can see the mess and chaos of building, but it is coming along swiftly. Jen and I are both just over the moon.