Lovely Lace: 6 Projects to Spin and Knit eBook
One of the biggest misconceptions we hear about lace is that it must use tiny yarn and needles for it to qualify as lace. We love changing this mindset because lace has nothing to do with the size of needles or yarn, but rather placing the holes in the correct places and using the negative space to your advantage.
One of the wonderful things about lace is its adaptability. It can cover the entire surface of a lace shawl, be a simple eyelet pattern in a child’s sweater, or grace the top of a sock. Even the weight of the yarn can be variable, ranging from cobweb to chunky.
We gathered six of our favorite lace patterns together in an ebook to get you inspired to spin and knit lace.
This fabulous collection includes:
- Pyrope Shawlette by Heather Zoppetti
- Eyelet Socks by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
- A Gift from Laurel: My First Handspun Shawl by Joanna Johnson
- Wild Water Silk Scarf by Amy Tyler
- Chinese Tiles Scarf by Kate Larson
- Scotch Mule Socks by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
We hope these projects inspire you to break out your favorite spinning tools to create some amazing lace!