Coming Soon – Hope shawlette pattern to benefit breast cancer charities

Hope Shawlette

I designed this shawlette in conjunction with Craftsy.com, using Lorna’s Laces Solemate in the Flamingo Stripe colorway.

Lorna’s Laces donates 20% of the proceeds of yarn dyed in this colorway to breast cancer charities.Lorna's Laces Flamingo Stripe!

To me, the lace pattern resembles rows of hearts. Anyone for whom you make this shawlette will know that you care.

Hope Shawlette

If you sign up for Craftsy’s “deals” email, and purchase the yarn through the email that will go out later this week, you’ll get a copy of the pattern for free with purchase of the yarn.

To sign up for the list, just become a member of craftsy, go to your profile, and add the knitting email to your “notifications.” OR, you can just check out the Craftsy Deals page, you’ll see the yarn when the deal goes live.

I’ll also make the pattern available individually, and will donate 50% of sales to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

8 thoughts on “Coming Soon – Hope shawlette pattern to benefit breast cancer charities

  1. Pretty shawlette. Great and worthy cause.
    You look so beautiful in that photo. A modern day Mona Lisa.

  2. I was going to say the same thing. I’d bake that photographer a nice pie or cake! You’re pretty all the time of course but these are lovely photos! I like this colorway and I’ve been looking for a nice shawlette like this.

  3. Thank you so much for the compliments! My husband took these pics! We had a wonderful overcast morning and took these just before it started pouring rain.

  4. I just purchased the pattern and yarn kit. I can’t wait for it to get here! I really like this pattern and may have to start knitting this on another color of sock yarn from my stash. Thanks Stefanie for a lovely pattern!

  5. does anyone know if the yarn is still available? I would really love to make this in that yarn in memory of my dear friend Joanna. thank you for the info
    denise/deBrat

  6. Hi Stefanie. I just want to introduce myself — I’m Jason, the CEO of a start up company called The Tangled Knot. And I’m interested in chatting with you about your experience as a knitwear designer because I’m think my business idea might help designers such as yourself. Specifically, I’m wondering if designers might consider including advertisements in their patterns so that they can make money while also making the patterns free.

    I’m curious to know what designer workflows are like, what their concerns are about including adverts in patterns, and how they currently decide pattern pricing. Feel free to get in touch via email.

    Hope to hear from you soon.
    Jason

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