Knitting in the Waiting Room: Afraid of Heights

I told you about the Knitting in the Waiting Room project recently, and also explained a bit of the background inspiration in my earlier article Whenever Shawl Design Inspiration Hits You. I’m very happy to present the first shawl knitting pattern from this project: The Afraid of Heights shawl.

Afraid of Heights is a triangular shawl worked sideways using three different yarns (lace weight and cobweb weight in different fibers). It’s an easy shawl pattern with written instructions suitable for killing time in a productive way in any waiting room you might come across.

Knitting in the Waiting Room: Afraid of Heights

 

The pattern is available on Ravelry and here in the shop. Use the coupon code “waitingroom30” (without the quotes) to get 30% off until next Thursday!

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One thought on “Knitting in the Waiting Room: Afraid of Heights

  • September 9, 2017 at 3:13 am
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    Thank you again for another beautiful pattern!! I’m still working on an older project but I cannot wait to try one of yours. You have so many gorgeous works that I just don’t know where to start….but I will…somewhere.
    Have a great weekend, Lauren

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