Much of June was taken up with promotion work, but there have still been a few patterns that have crossed our desks and been published.
It takes its name from the marks left in the sand by the retreating water once a wave has broken on a beach. It has a clever construction in the way that increases are worked not only in the body of the shawl, but also in the edging without any obvious break in the pattern.
Any child wearing this beautiful cardigan will undoubtedly get jealous glances from all quarters.
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Photos © Bristol Ivy and Emma Solley (Ella Austin) respectively