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Mary-Anne Mace


New Zealand designer Mary-Anne Mace’s design work focuses on experimenting with lace stitches and cable patterns to express a love of texture and nature. “I love to design beautiful accessories, and in particular, shawls in both lace and fingering weight yarn. I enjoy the challenge of working with lace, and bringing to life new motifs and textures with which to embellish knitted fabrics.” Mary-Anne’s patterns are available from Create2Thrive and LoveCrafts.

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  • Long-sleeve V-neck pullover with eyelet elements on the sleeves and in the first six inches or so from the bottom hem.
    Ribbonwood Pullover
  • Square blanket in four triangles that join at the center. Each triangle has a lacy edge and lacy motif that extends toward the center.
    Ribbonwood Blanket
  • Lace-weight all-lace shawl, blocked to points.
    Summer petals
  • Deep red semicircular lace shawl in DK or Worsted. Bottom edge is blocked into points.
    Mad Blood

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