Dumere is a shallow sideways triangle featuring an elegant lace and cable pattern which I've wanted to use for a long, long time. Little picots decorate the bottom edge. Dunmere takes just one skein of Exotic Sock (400m/100gr) but can be customised to any yarn amount. Just knit until half your yarn has been used up then start the second half.
Iris is a shallow crescent worked from the top down. The first half is worked in stocking stitch to make the knitting easier while you get used to the shaping. The pattern then flows into a beaded lace pattern for a very pretty little shawlette.
Iris takes just one little skein of Lotus Forest Dew and approx 30gr seed beads.
Florentina is worked from the top down in an 'open square'. If you worked Florentina in the round you'd get a square but as it's worked back and forth you get a wonderful shape which sits nicely around your shoulders or you can bunch it up and wear it as a scarf. An all over lace pattern flows into scalloped edging. Takes just one skein of Schoppel 6 Karat which is a wonderful, unusual merino/silk blend in a heavier lace weight (100gr/600m). Perfect if you find standard lace weight yarns a bit fine to knit with.
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