Дизайнер Evelyn A. Clark

Авг 28 2010 Published by under Evelyn A. Clark

Evelyn Clark
Evelyn is a Pacific Northwest native who learned to knit and crochet from her grandmothers. After leaving a corporate career in marketing for a simpler life, she was inspired to pick up her needles again by Elizabeth Zimmermann’s empowering approach to knitting. Along the way, she discovered a passion for lace knitting and enjoys sharing this addiction with others.
Spinning is her new obsession, inspired by a Cheryl Oberle Knitaway in Taos and Spinning the Old Way by Priscilla Gibson-Roberts. Now handspun yarns are influencing her designs.
Evelyn was the winner of the first Wild Fibers Magazine and Buffalo Gold contest. Her designs have been published by Fiber Trends and Leisure Arts, as well as knitting magazines and yarn companies. Knitting Lace Triangles, her first book, was published by Fiber Trends in July 2007. Her limited teaching schedule is on the Home page.

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Snowfield Lace Shawl

A band of snowflakes borders a snowy field of mesh lace on this Icelandic influenced triangular shawl.
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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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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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Icelandic Poppy 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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Old Shale 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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Shetland Triangle 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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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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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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Dancing Leaves Lace Shawl

Lacy leaves dance around this shawl that is shaped as three quarters of a circle.
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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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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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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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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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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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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.

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