SUMMER OF LACE: Successful Lace Knitting Designer Notes Series

Welcome to the Successful Lace Knitting Designer Notes series on my blog! When I was working on Successful Lace Knitting, I interviewed each designer who had submitted a project to the book to find out about their design inspiration and to ask them to share their tips for knitting lace.

Successful Lace Knitting

Unfortunately for me, this information did not make it into the book. There just wasn’t enough room. Fortunately for you, I’m now going to share all of these tips with you here and I hope it will make you want to read the whole book! And if you can’t wait, pick up the book now, then follow along with your favorite designers as you learn more about their work.
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Between the other blog posts from my travels, I’ll be posting a new interview every three days for the rest of July and August. Here’s what’s coming up over the next weeks, so if you haven’t signed up for my RSS feed and you’re not following me on Facebook or Twitter, pick one and jump on board now so you won’t miss out on one of these fascinating interviews. (You don’t have to join anything to follow along with me on any of those links.)

July 15: Eyelet Diamond: Shell and Stole by Karin Maag-Tanchak

July 18: Diamond Swing Top by Chrissy Gardiner

July 21: Beaded Hand Warmers and Socks by Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer

July 24: Time for Tea: Tea Cozy and Table Runner by Ava Coleman

July 27: Mendocino Socks by Kristi Schueler

July 30: Bronte Victorian Jacket by Marnie MacLean

Aug 2: Lace Mesh Triangular Shawl by Evelyn A. Clark

Aug 5: Ripple and Bead Cardigan by Sauniell Nicole Connally

Aug 8: Filigree Diamonds Afghan by Deborah Robson

Aug 11: Trellis and Flowers Stole by Alice Scherp

Aug 17: Copper Queen Beaded Stole by Renee Leverington

Aug 20: Lace and Colorwork Wimple by Annie Modesitt

Aug 23: Revelry in Bloom Top by L’Tanya Durante

Aug 26: Day and Night: Toddler Cardigan and Blanket by Debbie O’Neill

Aug 29: Kitty Cat Raglan Pullover by Jean Scorgie

Sept 1: Handspun Medallion Stole by Dorothy Reade

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  1. Thanks so much for writing. I’ve passed your comment on to my tech editor with Martingale and will work on this with her. I will let you know if we have any questions about what you’ve found.

  2. I am working o. The Handspun Medallion Stole. When I got to row 15 I discovered an error. Did some research and found that row 15 & 17 both had errors. Row 15 is correct after they fixed it. But 17 still has s problem with the 1st 9 beg sts and the 8 end sts. After they made the correction.

  3. I have the book and have been going through it time and time again picking out what I want to knit. Have a question about one of the patterns. Where should I ask it.

  4. Don’t forget me!

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