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Dry Falls

I want to introduce you to my latest pattern, Dry Falls…..

Knitting Pattern Dry Falls Shawl shawlette
This is a garter stitch, crescent shaped shawl that absolutely flew off my needles.  I had so much fun with this project and the work really did just flow from my heart to the needles…I loved knitting it, and I love wearing it even more.  As usual, Emma is the perfect model…

knitting pattern dry falls shawl shawlette
I used Plymouth Encore DK for this one, and I have to say that it seemed to be more of a sport weight to me, so I think if this was knit in a true DK weight, it would be somewhat larger. 
This shawl could be knit at any gauge, though I could only suggest fingering/sport/dk or worsted.  I am offering it for sale here, on my blog, or at Ravelry.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I have!
The lace edging on this piece reminds me of water cascading down, so, here’s a picture of the inspiration for this shawlette, Dry Falls in Highlands, NC.  This waterfall is beautiful to view year round, and is just off Hwy. 64, so there is no great hike to see it. It is called Dry Falls, because you can walk behind it and stay dry.  
Dry Falls North Carolina Water Fall

2 thoughts on “Dry Falls

  1. This shawl is beautiful – in fact I was admiring it on Ravelry the other day when I was searching for small shawl patterns (to knit for christmas presents)

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