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Tulip Lea Shawl
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It’s finally beginning to look like summer here in Upstate New York. So what better time is there for a flowery, feminine shawl? Please welcome the Tulip Lea Shawl. Worked in a fingering weight yarn, Tulip Lea is light, lacey … Read More

Heirloom Cultivar Shawl
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Fall is in the air and while it’s still warm during the day, the night air has a chill to it now. Yes, fall is making its presence known, and while a chill in the air might not be my … Read More

New Website…New Pattern Style!
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I am loving the clean, minimalist look of my new website. I hope you do too! So, in keeping with new look, I have begun the process of going through my previously published patterns and revamping them to mirror the … Read More

Thoreau’s Pond Shawl
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Summer is nearly here on the calendar although by the weather here, you would be hard pressed to say it isn’t summer already. The grass and trees are a lush green, full of energy and life. Birds are chirping, bullfrogs … Read More