For the first time ever, one of my designs has been published in an online knitting magazine!
The best things about autumn are leaves that change their color, and having a walk through them on a day with clear, blue skies. The colors of both come together in this shawl to create a cornucopia, shaped with short rows, from which a bounty of leaves spills. Picots along the inner edge and eyelets along the outer edge add some visual interest.
The garter stitch part of Autumn Cornucopia knits up quickly, and the contrasting coloured short rows don’t just help with the shaping, but add visual interest to an otherwise simple construction. The lace part is a bit more challenging, but can be handled by an adventurous beginner.
You can download the pattern at Knotions, and if you want to queue it or add it to your library, you can do so on Ravelry. If you like the pattern, I would appreciate and likes or comments on this post or on Ravelry.