I'm excited to share with you the Holcomb Farm Scarf, a pattern I created for a Hairpin Lace class I'm teaching at my LYS. The pattern calls for two skeins of Malabrigo Silky Merino, which is so dreamy to use. You can download the pattern for free on Ravelry.
I first learned Hairpin Lace from my mother; it was my gateway craft. I started by helping her with fringing the afghans she made, then learned to connect the strips, and finally, to make the strips. I want to bring back this delicate little craft, so I've been designing a few patterns that I'm looking forward to sharing with you.
P.S. Isn't my model gorgeous? Spring graciously tromped all over Holcomb Farm earlier this summer and allowed me to take tons of pictures. She's a photographer, and I was lucky enough to get a few tips from her during our shoot!
ETA Please note that I fixed a type on 7/24, so you may want to re-download!