The July issue of Let's Knit will be out any day now and is a lace issue. I've got 3 designs in this issue. You can see the Ravelry page for all the patterns here (not sure if you can view this page without being a Ravelry member).
And my favourite is the 'Sorbet' Shawl which is knitted in Debbie Bliss Rialto Lace. This is the second design I've done in Rialto Lace and i love this yarn. (My other Rialto Lace shawl will be on the cover of the Debbie Bliss A/W magazine out in August but I'll blog more about that later). Rialto Lace is a gorgeous, pure merino lace yarn in a huge range of delicious colours.Sorbet is a top down triangular shawl featuring 2 lace patterns which flow into a lace edging. The shawl took 100gr of Rialto Lace and I loved this colour which is where I got the name Sorbet from. A bit thank you to Pixie for knitting the sample for me. She did a great job as always.
'Lucille' which was knitted by Pixie too. The yarn is Louisa Harding Ianthe which is a gorgoeus yarn. This top features a very simple lacy rib pattern and makes a perfect summer garment for hot summer days.
And finally, 'Seona' is a half hexagon shawlette knitted from the top down. The body of the shawl is in garter stitch with wide lace border and a crochet chain cast off.here. It's very easy to do even if you don't know how to crochet. The Auracania Botany Lace yarn is a gorgeous pure merino sock weight yarn. It has 410 meters per 100gr skein. It's incredibly silky feeling and is the same yarn I used for Mar Menor.
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