I have done a scarf following the “Spider” pattern with some minor modifications. The result is absolutely gorgeous. I did not reduce the spiders, I went on with working them all through the scarf instead, so it is quite lacy. The pattern is not difficult but it took me some time to get it memorized, but eventually I did. I also added two rows of grany stitches along the length, before finishing with 2 rows sc. I find it pretty nice. Thank you again for the lovely pattern!
Mar 19, 2018 by Gabriella
Quick response from the designer. Can not say anything about the patterns themselves because I still have to finish some projects first
Feb 21, 2018 by riavandervijgh
Shaggy Nest patterns are exceptional- written & diagram instructions are clear. Response time was remarkable- I chose 6/22$. They responded within minutes asking which patterns I preferred. I would purchase again...
Jun 13, 2017 by Tami Moffitt Glienke
Exquisite lacework which looks difficult to make but it's rather easy.
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