Thursday, December 16, 2010

The Meadow Lily Pattern

Last month, I published a new pattern, the Meadow Lily top. This tunic-length top is designed to be reminiscent of a peasant blouse, with a full bodice, a gathered neckline, empire waist, and flared "skirt." It can also be knit longer to make a dress rather than a top. It includes an option for long or short sleeves--long sleeves give it a "Renfest" flavor.

The pattern is designed for DK or light worsted weight yarn, at a gauge of 5.5 stitches per inch on US size 5 needles. It is knit from the top down, entirely in the round with no seaming. Instructions are included for either knit lace or crochet edging for the bottom edge.

The pattern can be purchased through Ravelry. If you are not a member of Ravelry, the "Buy now" button below will allow you to purchase the pattern without registering for Ravelry. If you are interested in selling items knit from this pattern, an inexpensive lifetime cottage license can be purchased through my cart at Their Own Knitted World, or arrangements can be made via email.

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