Black Death – the pattern

I have just published my Black Death shawl pattern as a free Ravelry download!

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I am quite giddy with excitement. Thank you to everyone who left encouraging comments, I hope it doesn’t disappoint. As it’s my very first pattern it’s been a steep learning curve, but I’ve checked and double-checked and the utterly brilliant Glenda (of Making, Baking & Raking) has kindly test-knitted it for me, so it should work as intended.

And now I am off to find the Sheep and celebrate with a hefty slice of Battenburg and a large gin cocktail…

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6 Responses to Black Death – the pattern

  1. Yvonne (aka Northernknitter) says:

    Oh it’s lovely – thank you so much for publishing and taking such care with the pattern. It’s come at just the right time – off to find some yarn.

  2. Anne says:

    It is so pretty, I have some Malabrigo Rios in Sunset and I have been at a loss because the color is really bold. I think it would look great in this pattern! Thanks.

  3. judith says:

    well done, you deserved your celebration time :) I like the less usual colour

  4. SarahCM says:

    Yayy! I’ve been waiting for this. I’m sure I have something suitable in my stash – if not, my LYS is only 2km away 😀

  5. Evita says:

    Hello ^_^
    Thank you very much for the pattern, i loved this shawl from the moment i saw it.
    I just wanted to ask a question:
    I managed to make the base part of the shawl after following your pattern and it came out super. I just can figure out how to knit the lace endings. Was i meant to knit them at the same time i knit the base part? Or i have to finish the base part and then move on to the lace ending? If that is the case would it be possible to explain a bit further on how to do that part?

    • Hoxton says:

      Yes you knit the lace after the base section, it’s all in one piece, just following the instructions as written. If you need more help with lace knitting I recommend ravelry or YouTube as I can’t really do that here.

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