Seaglass Shell Follow-Up

posted in: Knit, Lace, My Patterns, Published | 1

Wow, I am blown away by how well the Seaglass Shell has been received by the knitting community! It really seems to have hit a cord… The number of hearts this design has received so far on Ravelry is just amazing! And it’s rapidly closing in on a 1000 hearts!

Thank you, thank you so much for your love and posting wonderful pictures of your completed projects. 🙂

It’s always a nail biter for me to see how a design turns out when somebody else knits it. Sure, I’ve knit the sample and done the math but you never know if it looks the same/similar when knit with different yarn and for different body types. So far, they all look fabulous! Great job, fellow knitters! 😀

We even started a KAL thread on Ravelry where you can ask questions if you need help and where you can show off your finished piece.

One of the requests I’ve noticed on some of the forums was to see the front of the Seaglass Shell. Here are my personal (non-professional) pictures that show the Seaglass Shell from different sides including the front:

Lacy Back Top
Different views of the Seaglass Shell (photos by Daniela Nii)
Hope this helps you to decide if you would like to cast on for this wonderful summer shell.

  1. Janice

    I love the seaglass shell and have completed the front and back panels. I am having difficulty with the lace pattern, and don`t know what I am doing wrong. The pattern I have is in the Interweave knits book. I am making the 381/2 “ size. I seem to be increasing stitches in the Rivulet Lace section instead of decreasing. I started on line 3, knitting the 1st 2 stitches, then working the section in the red borders. yarn over, knit, yarn over, knit 2, then what happens with the gray no stitch box? is that ignored? then a decrease with the ssk. Then knit the two stitches outside of the red border before finishing with the knit 10 stitches, k2tog, then knit 2. Am I not to knit the stitches outside of the red border? What happens to the gray stitch-not stitch in the middle of the pattern. Thank you for your help.

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