Fireflies Rising Shawlette – a new design for Spring

March 31, 2014 — 1 Comment

Introducing the second knitting pattern in the  Dream Big Collection.

Here is the Fireflies Rising Shawlette.

FirefliesRising shawlette knitting pattern

Fireflies Rising is a small crescent shaped shawl, created by increases at the edges on both sides. The lace pattern is really simple and gives a pretty, blossomy detail.

This spring shawlette is a quick, easy one skein accessory. It could be worn over the shoulders with a floral dress or around the neck as a scarf to ward off those sometimes chilly spring breezes.

Now, from the thick grass, the fireflies
begin to rise:
up, then down, then up again:
lit on the ascending flight,
drifting simultaneously to the same height,
–exactly like the bubbles in champagne.

- A Cold Spring by Elizabeth Bishop

The pattern is half price for today only.

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£1.75 (after midnight 31 March GMT it will return to usual price of £3.50)

I knit this one with luxurious Juno Fibre Arts Alice yarn (baby alpaca/silk/cashmere) in the Boudior colour way.

You can buy this yarn at the Juno Etsy shop and there is also some gorgeous Belle yarn (British Alpaca / Organically Farmed Falklands Merino) available in the Boudoir colourway.

Fireflies Rising Shawlette Knitting Pattern

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One response to Fireflies Rising Shawlette – a new design for Spring

  1. I love the new pattern FireFlies—purchased the pattern; and cast it on….and to 15% complete. I do love the row by row info. and count. Thanks.

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