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Ravelry: Stitch Sampler - Free pattern on Ravelry. I pinned this in Spinning because I like the colours.

Nice pattern even though I seemed to have issues paying attention to the dropped stitch sections, LOL! Zen Yarn Garden Serenity 20 is truly awesome! Some of the best yarn ever to work with!

Our Fall order of Mille Colori Baby arrived recently and I immediately stashed a few balls to knit up Drachenschwanz by Solwey Hauptmann - a fun and easy shawl pattern that lends itself so well to ...

On the needles…

Our Fall order of Mille Colori Baby arrived recently and I immediately stashed a few balls to knit up Drachenschwanz by Solwey Hauptmann – a fun and easy shawl pattern that lends itself so we…

Nymphalidea is named for one of the largest families of butterflies, with varieties found in every corner of the world. With the mesh edging and solid welts separating each wedge, it reminds me of delicate veined butterfly wings.

Nymphalidea pattern by Melinda VerMeer

Nymphalidea is named for one of the largest families of butterflies, with varieties found in every corner of the world. With the mesh edging and solid welts separating each wedge, it reminds me of delicate veined butterfly wings.

Stitch Sampler Shawl from One this Day Designs. Free pattern that's perfect for 4 sts to an inch multicolored yarns.

However a sampler crochet with the Lang Mille Colori bulky yarn (or equivalent) is what interests me. Ravelry: Stitch Sampler Shawl pattern by On This Day Designs Free Pattern

Free Pattern: Noro bias lace scarf by Susan Ashcroft by Divonsir Borges

Free Pattern: Noro bias lace scarf by Susan Ashcroft (The pattern can be adapted to any weight of yarn, but suggested stitch counts are given for sock and aran weight.

Ravelry: Nymphalidea pattern by Melinda VerMeer

Nymphalidea pattern by Melinda VerMeer

Nymphalidea is named for one of the largest families of butterflies, with varieties found in every corner of the world. With the mesh edging and solid welts separating each wedge, it reminds me of delicate veined butterfly wings.

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