Piccadilly is a small crescent shaped shawl which starts with a beaded lace border, followed by a short row stocking stitch section (these are easy peasy short rows, no wraps and turns or anything like that) and ends with another beaded lace border.
And here's the 'flying in the wind' shot:
I had a new version of Candace knitted up in time for Wonderwool in April but I didn't get around to updating the pattern. The pattern, it turned out, was missing pattern repeats in the charts. Very embarassing. So if you've bought this pattern on Ravelry, you'll have received an update so you can download the new version. If you've bought it elsewhere, contact me.
Candace was knitted up in two skeins of Lotus Silky Cashmere Fingering (which despite it's name is actually a lace weight yarn). This yarn is amazing, so soft and silky and once you've blocked the shawl it keeps it's shape beautifully.
Cherish can be worn as a shoulder shawl or as a scarf making it an all year round accessory. In the winter wear it as a scarf on the way to work and drape it around your shoulder for a bit of warmth in a cold office. Or if you work in an over air conditioned office, it's perfect to keep you comfy in the summer too.
I will definitely be wearing this in the winter. The Cashmere is incredibly soft and makes this a real luxury accessory.
Vanessa said she wasn't happy with the photos but I think she looks beautiful!