Isoceles Scarf - 15

I made this shawl last fall for the new Tension Magazine and it’s finally been released. This narrow shawl was worked in Filatura di Crosa Superior, a very fuzzy cashmere silk that was lovely to crochet. It’s a filet-crochet style pattern that shifts organically from triangles (hence the isoceles) to diamonds (double triangles) and back to triangles at the end. It’s been a season of shawls. I have had three in the works for most of the winter, and now they’re all finally done and will be released in one form or another over the coming months.

Before I sent off my shawl, I got my friend Erica to model it for me. Here’s another one:

Isoceles Scarf - 31

You can find all of this chilly photoshoot in the slideshow below. Luckily the Orca Books, where we finished up, has hot coffee!

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  • Ellen Gormley

    Great job! It's beautiful.

  • MsBusyFingers

    Beautiful design! and I love Tension Mag!!

  • http://www.thehookandi.com plainsight

    Thank you, Ellen.

  • http://www.thehookandi.com plainsight

    Isn't it a fun new magazine–I love the style and the design.

  • http://www.howlersandyowlers.com/ Amanda

    Wow – that's gorgeous. Wonderful job.

  • http://www.thehookandi.com plainsight

    Thanks so much!

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