I have finished second fingerless mitts design in series of three ~~ the Altitude Lace Mitts, which make a lovely set with Altitdue Lace Cowl ! (Going to make this post short & sweet and get on with last mitts of the series.)
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.
“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 !
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.
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 . . . .
Edit In : I’ve now got my first e-book together ~~ Altitude Cowls !!!