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  • Pattern Inspiration: Rows of Lavender
  • Rob Colon
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Pattern Inspiration: Rows of Lavender

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Oh sweet lavender, caress my soul, and mind. Let me plant rows of lavender, stitch by stitch until I can wrap myself in your intoxicating fragrance! 

Who hasn’t stopped by the side of the road to take in the beauty of a field of lavender in full bloom? “Rows of Lavender” by Susan Lowman lifts our spirits as we plant our knitting fabric ‘garden’ with delicate cables that reach towards the sun. Bursting into rows of promising buds, joined together as they rise towards the surface with each stitch. The finished edging blooms in delicate flowers, rewarding us for our efforts!

The delicate color way “Wee Violets” captures the images of fields of lavender and violets, making this combination even more appealing. Vidalana Aloft DK’s merino wool, cotton and alpaca blend enhance our knitting experience. Time to get out the needles and start planting our “Rows of Lavender”.

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  • Rob Colon
  • knitcrateknitting patternscarf patternshawl patternsusan lowman