Isn’t that a beautiful name?  It just flows.  I-sau-raaaa.

Isaura Shawl (4 of 8)

I’m in love with this shawl.  I have worn it over and over since I blocked it in January.

Isaura Shawl (5 of 8)

I added little gold beads all along the edge.

Isaura Shawl (8 of 8)

The yarn is absolutely scrumptious.  It’s a dark brown with undertones of bluish gray.  Awesome dye job.  I’d never worked with Spirit Trail yarn before.  Must.  Repeat! I only had about a yard of yarn left when I was done.  For a second there I was nervous that I’d have to rip back a row or two just to bind off!

Isaura Shawl (2 of 8)

The pattern was very easy to follow, although I admit that at first I though the lace was wrong because it’s a staggered lace.  But I went with it and love the result.

Isaura Shawl (1 of 8)

Can I tell you that I’ve wrapped this shawl a million different ways around my neck, tucked under my coat, twisted, etc. and when I shake it out, it still has the original shaped from when I blocked it?  In fact, I took these pictures after wearing it half a dozen times.  See how well the lace holds it’s shape?   LOVE that.

Cristi and I are working on a design together.  It’s been a blast so far.  Stay tuned for more deets!!!


Isaura Shawl

  • Source: Åsa Tricosa (Rav link)
  • Yarn: Spirit Trail Fiberworks “Nona” ~ Merino / Cashmere / Bombyx Silk, 1 skein
  • Color: Toadstool
  • Needles: Sizes US 4 and 5
  • Cost: Yarn – $35, Beads – $1, TOTAL: $36
  • Started: December 13, 2011
  • Finished: January 21, 2012
  • Mods: None.

4 thoughts on “Isaura”

  1. Inbox me when the pattern is ready, you know I have my Rosi G. collection. Great job. I love the color.

  2. Lovely shawl, and of course, my first impulse is to examine it closely enough so I can try to get a feel for how I’d reverse engineer it into crochet:)


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