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This is the first book by Kirsten Kapur: an anthology of her ten most beloved shawl patterns!
Andrea's Shawl: A triangular shawl in two colours, knitted from the bottom up.
This pattern knits up beautifully in my DK weight merino - more details in this blog post.
Ulmus: The charts have been revised for this triangular shawl with slip stitch stripes and a splendid leaf border.
It's beautiful knitted up in fingering weight merino - see this blog post for more information.
Roma : Eyelets, stripes and a gorgeous edging!
For information on knitting Roma in my fingering weight merino, check out this blog post.
Ziggity: Very distinctive zigzags ornate this crescent-shaped shawl. In this post on my blog, I tested a combination of fingering weight merino and Mini Mochi for Ziggity.
Moulin Rouge: This elongated shawlette is knitted from the bottom up. It is shaped with short rows. Plenty of yarn ideas in this blog post!
Laight Street: A magnificent stole with texture and openwork. For details on how to work Laight Street in my worsted weight merino, check out this blog post.
Vestry Street: This is the shawl version of Laight Street, shaped as a half circle. The pattern includes two versions, in fingering weight or laceweight yarn. To see how it would look in the London silk/wool blend, have a look at the swatch in this blog article.
Cladonia: This semi-circular shawl with its stripes, its beautiful border and its pretty picot bind-off is perhaps the most beloved of them all! In fingering weight merino or Mini Mochi, make your choice (or make both).
Thalia: A very original eyelet pattern, a lace border and a lovely crochet bind-off.
Nefertem: Lotus flowers lend their beauty to this Egypt-inspired shawl.
Photos: Gale Zucker
All patterns have written instruction, completed with charts for most stitch patterns.
The book is in English.
50 pages. Size: approx. 20 x 20 cm. Soft cover. Colour photos by Gale Zucker.