Monday, August 12, 2013


One of my most popular patterns ever has to be Pembroke.  It's a shawl with a very traditional triangle shape - eyelet spine down the center and everything.  But it's worked in super bulky yarn, so it's an incredibly quick knit.  I, myself knit one in three hours, and I've read lots of similar tales on Ravelry.  

It's also really fun - the simple leaf lace pattern is great for those who are new to lace, but it's interesting enough that knitters keep coming back for more.  I recently heard from a yarn shop owner who had made five of them and figured she'd probably do a few more!  It seems this makes a great last-minute gift.

If this pattern has been knit so many times, why am I mentioning it now?  Well, it's now available through Ravelry and my website (and it's coming soon to Patternfish and Craftsy too!)  

I always love doing an Indie release after I get the rights back to patterns, so in celebration, I'm offering 20% off the pattern for a week only!  Use the promo code "Indie" at checkout either from my website or Ravelry to get the discount.  

There are over 400 projects on Ravelry, so check them out to see more pics or get yarn ideas.  

Pattern Info

Finished Measurements
Wingspan: 46 in/117 cm 
Center-to-point: 25 in/63.5 cm

260 yd/240 m super bulky weight yarn

Shown in Brown Sheep Burly Spun (100% Wool; 132 yd/121 m per 226g skein) 
Color: BS115 Oatmeal; 2 skeins

9 sts/10 rows = 4 in/10 cm in Leaf Lace Pattern

Needles & Notions
* Needle Sizes are recommendations only. Always use needle size necessary to obtain gauge. 
US #13/9.00 mm needles 
N/9 mm crochet hook

tapestry needle 
waste yarn 
place markers

provisional cast on, working lace using charted instructions

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