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Hilda Beret

This beret is knit in the round with bulky wool, and the hatband is finished with crochet over elastic cord to customize the fit.
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Hills of Home Cowl Set

Chevron lace creates hills of color on this easy wristwarmer and cowl set.
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Oddball Sock Monkey

This little sock monkey can be knit from odd balls of leftover sock yarn.
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Sock Monkey Scarf

Knit in the round, this scarf was designed for sock monkey fans.
   
Icelandic Lace
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Alda Lace Shawl

Non-traditional shaping creates this easy-to-wear circular shawl that flatters a variety of figures.
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Bertha Lace Shawl

Two traditional Icelandic lace stitch patterns are combined with an interesting edging to create three versions of this shawl.
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Brimnes Shawl

This crescent-shaped shawl reminds me of land reaching out into the sea, and the border can be knit in waves of color.
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Deciduous Lace Shawl

On this Icelandic influenced shawl, lacy leaves change shape as they fall to the edging.
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Icelandic Lace Neckwarmer Set

Icelandic shawl patterning inspired the lace for this little neckwarmer and wristwarmer.
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Icelandic Poppy Lace Shawl

Poppy buds are beginning to blossom on this Icelandic influenced triangular shawl.
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Nammi Wrist Warmers

Three traditional lace stitches were combined to create two versions of the wrist warmers.
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Runa Lace Shawl

An offspring of the Bertha shawl with a wider edging and an optional spider lace border that looks great in one color.
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Sigridur Lace Shawl

Spider lace flows to a trellis edging on this simplified shawl that can be knit in one or more colors.
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Snowfield Lace Shawl

A band of snowflakes borders a snowy field of mesh lace on this Icelandic influenced triangular shawl.
   
Scarfs
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Autumn Lace Scarf

Little lace leaves surround larger ones inside a narrow garter stitch border on this scarf.
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Camellia Lace Scarf

Inside a scalloped lace border, stylized camellia blossoms repeat across this garter stitch scarf.
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Clover Lace Scarf

Tiny four-leaf clovers dot this asymmetrical garter stitch triangle.
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Drifting Daisies Lace Scarf

Lace daisies drift down on this garter stitch asymmetrical triangle.
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Dunegrass Lace Scarf

The slanting lace stripes on this garter stitch scarf remind of Dunegrass on Pacific coast beaches.
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Elvera Lace Scarf

Inspired by two small lace mats in the Finland Room at the Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle.
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Fancy Foliage Lace Scarf

Lace leaves swirl across this reversible garter stitch scarf.
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Fremont Lace Scarf

Simple slanted lines of garter stitch lace meet up at the center on this fun scarf with a picot edging.
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Happy Trails Lace Scarf

Bison tracks lace is surrounded by a grass border on this garter stitch scarf.
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Heart to Heart Lace Scarf

Lace hearts link up along the edging on this reversible garter stitch scarf.
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Huckleberry Lace Scarf

Small berries cover this garter stitch lace scarf. The modified triangular shape is knit from side to side.
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Journey Lace Scarf

Knit from end to end, this reversible garter stitch lace scarf is a great single skein project.
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Magpie Scarf

This top-down scarf can be knit as a wide or regular triangle.
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Meadow Lace Scarf

Lace flowers are scattered across a scarf shaped with ends long enough to wrap or tie.
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Monkey Lace Scarf

Little sock monkey faces alternate across these reversible garter stitch lace scarves.
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Raining Cats & Dogs Scarf

Surrounded by raindrops, floppy-eared dogs alternate with long-tailed cats on a reversible garter stitch lace scarf.
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Seafoam Lace Scarf

Rows of eyelet seafoam separate waves of Old Shale lace on this rectangular scarf.
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Secret Garden Lace Scarf

Knit and purl stitches are combined to create a secret garden on both sides of this scarf.
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Trellis Scarf

A rectangular scarf with an Estonian inspired lace resembling flowers inside a trellis.
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Trellis Rose Lace Scarf

Little lace roses line up along the length of this reversible garter stitch scarf.
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Turtle Lace Scarf

Turtles large and small crawl across this reversible rectangular garter stitch lace scarf.
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Wildflower Lace Scarf

This reversible garter stitch scarf is knit from side to side and edged with wildflower lace.
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Windblown Lace Scarf

Asymmetrical borders complete the garden theme on this scarf that is knit end to end.

Shawls
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Baltic Blossoms Lace Shawl

On this triangular stockinette stitch shawl, lacy petals are followed by a lily of the valley border and an Estonian edging.
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Dancing Leaves Lace Shawl

Lacy leaves dance around this shawl that is shaped as three quarters of a circle.
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Forget-Me-Not Lace Shawl

Tiny flowers on long stems alternate with leaves above a blossom border on this triangular stockinette stitch shawl.
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Heart Connection Lace Shawl

Simple garter stitch lace flowers give this bottom-up triangular shawl a vintage charm.
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Hyacinth Lace Shawl

On this triangular shawl, hyacinth lace flows into an optional ripple border and ends with a scalloped edging.
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Karin Lace Shawl

Little lace hearts cascade down to a heart border and scalloped edging on this triangular shawl.
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Labyrinth Lace Shawl

On this diamond shaped garter stitch lace shawl, the labyrinth's path can be traced to the center and out again.
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Lace Shawl Trio

These three shallow triangular shawls are knit from the rounded bottom up in stockinette stitch lace.
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Many Rivers Lace Shawl

Rivers of lace widen and narrow as they flow down this small triangular shawl to the picot cast-off.
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Manzanita Shawl

This textured lace design is a great travel project and can be knit either as a square in rounds from the center out or as a triangle in rows from the neck down.
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Nootka Rose Lace Shawl

Simple garter stitch lace flowers give this bottom-up triangular shawl a vintage charm.
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Old Shale Lace Shawl

This reversible garter stitch lace triangle was inspired by a small shawl from the 1950s.
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Shetland Triangle Lace Shawl

The dramatic swirl of stitches on this triangular shawl is created by Shetland Fir Cone lace.
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Snowflake Lace Shawl

Small snowflakes fall to a snowdrift edging that is cast off with crocheted chains on this triangular shawl.
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Tulip Season Lace Shawl

This triangular stockinette stitch lace shawl is filled with stylized tulip blossoms and buds.
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Wild West Lace Shawl

Wrap up in a bit of the Wild West with this garter stitch lace shawl that celebrates the wild spirit the bison.



 
Socks
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Bleeding Heart Lace Socks

Stems of blossoms stretch from the softly scalloped top to the toe on these fun-to-knit lace socks.
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Girlfriend Lace Socks

My favorite small lace and eyelet cables are combined in this design that celebrates friendship.
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Heart Ribbon Lace Socks

Beneath a scalloped border of flowers, ribbons of hearts run the length of these lovely lace socks.
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Taking Turns Socks

A narrow lace takes turns between bands of purl stitches to create a ribbed lace sock that fits a variety of legs.
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Twining Leaves Lace Socks

Beneath a narrow border of eyelet seeds, graceful leaves twine along the length of these socks.
 



Evelyn Clark Designs

In order to give knitters as many choices as possible, these patterns do not specify a particular brand of yarn. Instead, yarns are categorized by weights and wraps-per-inch. Except for sock and monkey patterns, options are given for more than one weight of yarn.

For the lace scarves and shawls, this means the final size and yarn requirements can vary based on the yarn's characteristics—see tip Yarns for Lace & Wraps-per-Inch. Woven yarns can compress and plied yarns can expand, which impacts the row gauge and yardage requirements. It is easy to spread out and stretch a rectangular scarf or wrap to check the length when it is on the needles. For triangles, see tip Estimating Leftover Yarn. Finally, blocking also affects the final size—see tip Blocking Lace Shawls. Usually the piece will relax a bit after it is unpinned, and that relaxed size is shown on the patterns.

Since results can vary based on the yarn used, it is helpful to consider this part of the adventure. Swatch, and pay attention to the yarn as it is being knit. Lace is amazingly adaptable, and these patterns are designed to launch knitters on their own creative journeys.


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