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moonflower capelet


This is orignal design of mine, made with LB GlitterSpun yarn and LB Fun Fur.





the capelet is knit in one peice starting at the neck, (almost every row is different!) and it begins and ends with fun fur. it is trimmed with pearl (fake!) and pearl and silver buttons(the closure is actually snaps, and the buttons are just for show)


I love knitting lace, and i don't think the pattern is that hard, (but you do need to keep track of rows!) i would say it would be a good project for an intermediate level knitter.


the hardest part is first setting up the pattern after that, it goes easier.





i designed the pattern in 2 sizes, (sm/md) and (lg/X-lg) It is being modeled by my neice.





I worked the pattern in Silver glitterSpun, with Artic fun fur, to match my niece's prom dress, and moonflower was a natual name for the color combo. the lacy petal design, and the 'drop buds' do sort of look like the flowering vine of the same name.



 
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