Another take on classic wardrobe staple that can be draped over the shoulders and worn as a lightweight shawl. If you love all the needle work, don’t forget to check out all the knit fashions with free patterns. Beloved by pie makers, reviled by gardeners, the common blackberry is considered both a blessing and a curse on Bainbridge Island. But knitters love the plump texture of the stitch named for this bobbly berry. Opened up in a lace-weight yarn, blackberry stitch (also known as trinity stitch) makes dainty, lacy clusters. Plus, it’s handsome on the wrong side, too.
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Blackberry Kerchief by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas