blue jeans lace leaf shawl

Due to unnecessary stress put on me this pattern will no longer be free.
I apologize. I hope you will understand that I am neither willing nor able to put up with rude, degrading behavior from people over a free pattern.
You may purchase the pattern here, or at my shop for $2.99 US. I think I kept the fee low enough to be affordable.
If you cannot afford it even for that low price, send me an email (link is in the side bar) and I more then likely give it to you for free.
I don’t want anybody to be left out. I know how it is not to have money for the fun stuff….

My thanks to Michelle E.
Special thanks to lillstrumpa for the chart!

Originally published by spinndiva on “ramblings of an uncluttered mind” on August, 02, 2007
(clicking on the images will make them big)

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16 thoughts on “blue jeans lace leaf shawl

  1. Hello!They are there, when I look into edit the post! I have no idea what is going on! I can see, when I look at the page the rows are gone, but when I try to edit it, they are there! I will try and upload it new, maybe that will help! (trying to get everything into PDF format anyway, makes it all much easier to print out… but sadly I have no clue how!)Hope this fixes it for now!Hugs!B.

  2. Hello Siftingthroughthemadness!Rows 2, 4 and 6 are definitely there! I know there was a problem a few days back, but I uploaded the pattern new and now all rows are there. I checked 3 times from 2 different computers and had a friend check it for me (I panic easily! LOL)I don’t know what to tell you….Contact me on my email and I am happy to help out, if they just won’t show up for you.Hugs,B.

  3. Thanks for your response. I figured out what the problem was! For some reason, some of the instructions appeared in a much smaller font (practically invisible). I copy and pasted the instructions in word and made all font big enough so now I can read it! I will let you know how the shawl turns out!

  4. Hi spinndiva – thanks for getting back to me so fast! I tried again, followed the instructions, and it is still not working for me. If you could send it to me, that would be awesome – whenever it's convenient for you, no rush! Thanks again!

  5. I clicked over from someone doing this pattern, but what I really want to know is what is the pattern of the scarf/stole in your title bar!

  6. Hello Kim!I just left a comment on your blog, but I guess I write it here too.The shawl in the picture is the apple green shawl I made for my friend Molly. It is my pattern, I made this pattern for a KAL in my German Knitting Group. I think if people here are interested, I will translate it, otherwise it will stay in German only. The KAL does not start until July, and the pattern will not be available until it is over.THank you so much for your interest!Hugs,B.

  7. Just saw a finished Blue Jeans Lace Leaf Shawl on Intrepid Fiber Wizard's blog with your link. I'm unable to download the pattern – says it's reached the limit for free downloads. Is there anyway I can get a copy? It looks like a great beginner lace project and a great casual shawl.

  8. Just FYI, this pattern is still listed as free in Ravelry. You may want to change that if you can. it's too bad, this one was recommended by several as a good one for a first attempt at lace. it's lovely.

  9. Thank you for letting me know lasox. There is nothing I can do about it though. 🙂 It will get changed eventually I venture to guess. Besides, if someone can't afford it, I still happily send it for free. I just could not put up with the stress and rudeness any longer. This seems to cut down on it A LOT. Happy 4th of July! 🙂

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