by | Apr 12, 2010 | Uncategorized


You know when it rains it pours around here. My design droughts sometimes seem to last forever, but then I get on a roll and things just go. I actually have one design on the needles right now, and a second in the almost ready to type up and swatch stage. So we might get a shawl a week for the next few weeks. Also one of my design submissions hit pay-dirt! So that’s exciting too.
Oh and yeah. I won the calender raffle today at school. So that’s $25! I must have done something right. Either that or I’m flying under the radar.


I know I seem to have new-itis. I get really excited about new designs at first. And then I hit the middle stretch and get really tired of them. That’s why this one took so long to knit. But then I finished it, and I blocked it, and the angels sang…


Look at those points. Look at those scallops. Look at that blue-green loveliness. That is courtesy of Malabrigo Sock of course. Indicieta colorway.


It’s reversible, and the scallops make the prettiest collar when it’s folded over. And it’s available now.


Needles: Size 6 needles (4.0 mm)

Yarn: Malabrigo Sock, 100g, 440 yards, one skein

Size: Sample blocked to 62″ wide and 21″ deep with 22 repeats of the feathered lace on each side

Gauge: 18 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches in blocked stockinette

Notes: Worked from side to side. Totally reversible. Size is customizable as the pattern has two distinct halves. Use up half of your yarn and then start decreasing – it’s just that simple.

The Bakersfield Shawlette on Ravelry – only $6.00 USD


  1. Kathy

    Love it! Definitely going to my queue.

  2. Alice

    Lovely! Your design is the perfect compliment to the beautiful colors in the Malabrigo.


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