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Friday, October 28, 2011

Up Close and Personal With Cambridge

Since most of the wraps I do around here are lace, I thought I'd show you a detail of my Cambridge shawl, since it's not.  It's got texture instead of lace.  The ruffle (at the lower right) is garter stitch and the body of the shawl is a smallish, repetitive pattern of knits and purls.  It's not as textural as cables, but the way the light hits the knit stitches differently than it hits the purls give the shawl detail, without any lace at all.

I hope everyone has a great weekend!  I'm enjoying the guesses about yesterday's Mystery Object.  You'll find out soon, I promise.



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