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Buttermere Chelford

The title seems to have a ring to it. Can you guess what this is gonna be about? I wouldn't if I just stumbled across this name on the web. Here is the story for the name. Buttermere is the name of the pattern I used for knitting the shawl below. You can get the pattern from [ravelry]. I do apologise for the picture to be upside down, I'm sure your all brainy enough to imagine it the right side up.

Here it is whilst blocking out

Doesn't it look pretty? I think it does with the added beads to make it more special. This shawl is for keeping you cosy during the summer nights and a nice delicate touch during the winter. Chelford is the name of the wool I purchased from 'Yarns from the plain' whilst visiting Dundee where she had a pop up store for a day at Fluph. The links are below.

Doesn't it look pretty? I think it does with the added beads to make it more special. This shawl is for keeping you cosy during the summer nights and a nice delicate touch during the winter. Chelford is the name of the wool I purchased from 'Yarns from the plain' whilst visiting Dundee where she had a pop up store for a day at Fluph. The links are below. [Chelford] for the yarn I purchased [fluph] the yarn shop where the pop up store was at.

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