If you’re like me, when you’re browsing Ravelry for a new pattern to knit, do you eye up the less popular patterns for purchase and wonder if they’re any good? Well, Marseille took a leap of faith on Anna Victoria’s Paragon Lace Shawl, which only has 18 projects, and created a delicate yet versatile mini shawl ideal for an extra little layer or accessory as part of this was part of Camp Loopy in 2014. Gotta love Loopy Ewe.
Marseille used Blue Moon Fiber Arts Marine Silk – Lace (Silk/Merino/Cellulose) in Cranberry Bogged on 3.5mm knitting needles. This gauge and yarn created a light result so the Paragon Lace Shawl catches the breeze in a gentle sway, like a palm leaf or porch swing.
Marseille and the shawl earned a White Ribbon at the Anne Arundel County Fair (Maryland), 2014.