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Waterfront Reflections Pattern

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  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

This shoulder wrap was inspired by the reflections of the Anchorage skyline and mountains in the water at the edge of the city. The openings in the center and the undulating waves of the lace pattern remind me of the mountains themselves as well as of the ripples in the water when a light breeze is blowing. The dark blue yarn represents the view at night and the deep color of the cold water, with the eyelets as the lights that sparkle in the windows and the reflection. This shawl is worked in the round, in two halves from the center outward to the edging. The first half begins with a long tail cast on over two needles held together. The lace sections are charted, and a crochet bind off allows the pattern of eyelets to extend all the way to the edge of the piece. The second half is worked in the same manner, beginning with a long tail cast on that is joined to the original cast on between motifs. Finished size: 49" circumferences, 16" deep, blocked Gauge: 20 st repeat of Chart A = 5 1/4 inches wide, blocked

Recommended with this pattern

  • Windy Valley Muskox (45% qiviut/45% merino/10% silk, 218 yards per 1 oz (28.5g) ball), 2 balls in color 2015 (Celestial Blue)
  • US size 5 (3.75mm) circular needle, at least 24” (60cm) long, or size to obtain gauge
  • 10 stitch markers, with 1 of a contrasting color to denote end of round

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Donna Druchunas | Sheep to Shawl,LLC
Donna Druchunas | Sheep to Shawl,LLC
I escaped a corporate cubicle to honor her passions for knitting, world travel, research and writing. I'm the author of Lithuanian Knitting: Continuing Traditions with author June Hall, Arctic Lace, Successful Lace Knitting, Kitty Knits, Ethnic Knitting, and more. I teach workshops around the world on topics such as rug knitting, spinning and dyeing, Lithuanian socks, Japanese sweaters and Norwegian pullovers. My latest endeavour is holding Knitting and Writing retreats in Northern Vermont as well as opening a knitting store in my local studio in my house. More info at & I live in a 140 year old New England farm house in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont with her husband, mother and three cats, who all help her test the usability and comfort of her finished knitted items. Visit Donna's website and online store at