Rona Lace Shawl: a Love Story

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On an outing with my husband, I picked up three skeins of Misti Alpaca laceweight yarn in Maize colorway. I had to find the perfect pattern to go with my beautiful new yarn: something springy and flowery to go with the spring-green color. I finally found it in the Rona Lace Shawl pattern from Knitpicks. Armed with my trusty Boye interchangeable needles (US size 6), I set to work, and a month of very enjoyable work later, I had this shawl! (Incidentally, it matches my favorite summer dress!)

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    I did some searching and found the pattern here:
    http://www.knitpicks.com/cfpatterns/pattern_display.cfm?ID=50471221

    Wow! I'd love the pattern for this, but unfortunately the link for the Rona Lace Shawl from Knitpicks doesn't provide it :( I was hoping maybe you would have the pattern or know where to find it? Thanks!

    Absolutely stunning. And worth every stitch. Lace knitting is beautifully addictive.

    Your shawl is elegant. What a beautiful color :-)

    Oh my, that's beautiful! So lacy. You should be very proud...

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    It's so Beautiful,I think you did a fantastic job,well done...and it has the same name as me ..hehe Rona

    This is really beautiful! I love every single stich of it!!

    Wow, simply beautiful. Im a knitter who has just recently begun doing some lace work. I like it however not really a mindless pattern where you can sit and watch TV.

    Just perfect ! The love shows in each stitch. happyjean

    Wow, very lacy - nice!.

    Actually, the full shawl in the second picture looks almost like a bobbin-lace tea cozy... :-D

    That's absolutely gorgeous! It looks like an incredible amount of work. Beautiful job.

    Nice job! I like how it's a circle in the 2nd picture... super cool.