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.
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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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