Lewth is Dorset dialect for ‘shelter’ or ‘warmth’ and that is certainly what this shawl offers. A wide V shaped shawl knitted from side to side, it uses double knitting yarn. Starting with a few stitches you increase until you get to the mid point then you start decreasing. This makes it ideal if you want to use up every last bit of yarn – weigh your yarn at the start, stop increasing when you’re half way through … More The Lewth Shawl
I’m writing this post in great anticipation and with a good degree of excitement. Later today my new design Mainline will enjoy its official launch in the Quince & Co. Scarves etc. 2013 collection. There are many reasons to be excited Quince & Co. yarn is so scrummy – stunning colours, lovely hand when knitting, great stitch definition, the warm plumpness that comes from a wool combined with a crisp spin and no itch whatsoever. Mainline is … More Mainline with Quince & Co.