Laya is a 2-color shawl that starts by casting on a few stitches at one tip and is increased at one edge to make an asymmetrical wrap. The body of the shawl alternates between soothing garter and sweeping mesh short rows. A second color is introduced midway but the same established tempo of garter and mesh continues.
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Meera uses a top-down classic triangle construction with eyelet lace all over the body and some twisted ribbing for the border and a pronounced picot edging for finishing touches.
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Reed shawl begins with a small cast on and is increased on one side into an asymmetric triangular shape. It uses garter and eyelets for the body of the shawl. The rows of cross stitches along the border and the twisted fringe bindoff reminds me of the criss-cross patterns made by tall reed stems alongside lakes and streams.
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