Saturday, June 25, 2011

Darcy Shawlette is LIVE!

My first ever design, Darcy Shawlette, is LIVE and listed on Ravelry as a FREE download.  It is still being test knit, however I wanted to get it posted into the database.  'Wish there was a way to put your patterns into the database but make them invisible until you are ready to make them visible.  Oh well! (Again, you can tell I'm a newbie when it comes to all of this!)


I'm really pleased with the way it turned out.  I hope that all of my test knitters come back with good news for me.  If you want to knit it, you can find the PDF on Ravelry.  Please let me know if there are any problems with the pattern.  I'm happy to edit and make sure that no one has any issues with errata.




  1. Thank you for the blocking directions. Most patterns just say Block. Since I am new to knitting lace...your directions are great.
    Thank you and looking forward to more patterns.

    PS. I think the lace border would make a pretty shawl on its own.

  2. Bibliocat - Ya, the blocking is a tad different on mine so I felt compelled to explain it the best way I could. Also, since the design is suitable for lace newbies, I wanted to make the instructions as clear as possible. :)

  3. I just wanted to let you know how beautiful your shawl is! It is going into my library and I will try to get it knit up soon so I can let you know how it goes! Congratulations, and it really is so, so pretty :)
    jwitt33 at live dot com

  4. I just downloaded and printed off the pattern for Darcy. I have to finish the project that I'm currently working on to free up the needle needed but I'll definately send some feedback once I get going. :)


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