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    Key Lime Blossoms by Penny Schumers

    Key Lime Blossoms

    by Penny Schumers


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    This is a bottom up crescent shawl inspired by the flowers on the key lime plant. The flowers start out as pale pink buds and then open into small, intensely fragrant white flowers. The flowers grow on the ends of the tree branches as well as the interior of the tree. Key lime trees bloom year-round, producing a few flowers periodically from late fall through early spring. Spring is the main blooming season when key lime trees are covered with the fragrant white blossoms.
    The size and shape of the shawl lends itself to be worn either traditionally or draped in a number of ways around the neck, enhancing any outfit for any occasion.
    SHAPE: Bottom-up, crescent
    NOTIONS: 11 Stitch markers (Optional), tapestry needle for weaving ends.
    BEADS: 780 Glass Seed Beads size 6/0. (Optional)
    PATTERN STYLE: The pattern contains written as well as chart instructions. There is a key and full abbreviation list included as well.
    DIFFICULTY: Intermediate - The shawl has lace on both sides.
    YARN: This pattern is better suited for a solid yarn to show off the detail of the lace.
    NOTES

    • If you are a loose knitter, do not swatch to get gauge, or wish to knit this using a larger needle then recommended, please account for more yardage than recommended.
    • The beads on this shawl were not pre-strung. They were added one at a time by using a crochet hook, dental floos, or beading wire.
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