Also made excel sheet to count the row repeats as.
K'aay - the name of this shawl means 'sing' in Yucatec Mayan and was knitted for the life celebration of a dear sister-friend. There are about 500 beads along the bottom edge.
A trial run for a friend’s wedding shawl. I knitted the large body and the extended lace section. It didn’t take as long as the project dates .
Nemetona Handwarmers - made to match the Nemetona Shawl - these were my first published pattern. Quick and simple wrist warmers for beginners and experts alike.
Thunderheads - Knitted with my haul from a discontinued sale - yummy hand-dyed cashmere :)
Greatmama Moon - Knitted for myself and then adopted by a friend of a friend for her daughter's wedding.
Friendship's Flame - knitted for my heart-sister for her birthday in November
Lilacs and Love - knitted for a dear sister-friend who passed away in January
A memory shawl knitted in honour of my mum who died when I was Her CB radio call sign was harmony, and I grew up singing in harmony with her, our voices and love of close harmony vocals bindin.
A cowl designed in honour of the sisters I know and those I don’t, to those who are close and those who are beyond my reach in this world but not the next.
Beyond Gallifrey - Inspired by the yarn and my lovely geeky fiance (although I can’t blame it all on him, I love the Doctor too). This became my second published pattern :)
Sweet Heart is True Enough - Knitted for my oldest friend for Yule in
Knitted from my handspun yarn (thank you to Heathwitch for the fibre), a beadless version of this pattern.
As Old as the Trees - Knitted for my Grandma on the occasion of her Birthday - August
Summer Night - A gorgeous cashmere scarf knitted for my fiance's step-mum on her birthday.