The knitting pattern has been available on Ravelry for a few days and now it’s here too!
This clutch uses a biasing lace square pattern. It’s not exactly obvious from the photo, but not important. It’s more like, a bit of lace here, a bit of lace there. The biasing lace squares create wavy edges, hence the finishing angle of the flap. Rather jaunty, don’t you think?
There is a heavy satin used for the lining, to give some body, and shine. (Sounds like a hair care ad!)
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download
A soft, luxurious, mohair clutch for your evening must haves. The flap finishes with a jaunty angle.
Stitch chart included.
I’m mildly interested in cryptic crosswords, so each week I’ll include a clue from our most recent “The Age” cryptic crossword.
If I can work it out, I’ll give what I think the answer is.
If not, I can laugh at the weirdness of the clue.
We never get the paper with the answers, so I’ll never know if I’m right. This may seem like a pointless exercise.
This week’s clue, from “The Age” Monday, July 13, 2009
Checked retro model fits some (7)
I’ve got no idea about this one, although the last letter must be D