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Phoenix Rising Shawl

When I first decided to move into the studio at the Watershed Building, I remembered thinking, “it’s so wonderful, there’s a little garden in the courtyard where you can go knit in the afternoons… and there’s a rooftop garden where you can see the entire city… ohh, I’ll definitely be spending time there…” After all these months of working at the studio, I’ve had very little time or cause to actually wander around the courtyard garden, but yesterday, I had a lovely visit from Sivia Harding and we had good cause to visit the garden. She brought me her Phoenix Rising shawl (also here on Ravelry) that she knit up in my CashSilk Lace yarn (Boysenberry, for those who want to know) and I got to hold it for photos!

Phoenix Rising Shawl

Phoenix Rising Shawl in CashSilk Lace. Photos by Sivia Harding.

I was immediately smitten with the top portion of the lace. The wandering lines snaking back and forth down the shawl until you reach the weighty, beaded edging. Sivia is well-known for her exquisite and unique beaded lace designs and while this gorgeous shawl pattern was only available previously through the 2008 Year of Lace club, it is now available through Sivia’s website. She explained that this Phoenix Rising redux includes new beading instructions as well as a new lace edging. I was just looking at it, thinking, “I’m so honoured to be wearing this amazing shawl … on my first day in the courtyard garden, no less.”

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About Felicia Lo

founder + creative director of SweetGeorgia // designer + dreamer // wife + mama // dyer, knitter, spinner, weaver, youtuber + author // been writing this blog about colour and craft since 2004 // see what I am making @lomeetsloom and @sweetgeorgia.

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20 thoughts on “Phoenix Rising Shawl

  1. Laura says:

    That is some serious shawl – absolutely beautiful!

  2. Laura says:

    That is some serious shawl – absolutely beautiful!

  3. tiennie says:

    That is amazingly beautiful!

  4. tiennie says:

    That is amazingly beautiful!

  5. Lisa says:

    That shawl is amazing – the sheer size alone is a wonder to behold. The yarn is gorgeous!

  6. Lisa says:

    That shawl is amazing – the sheer size alone is a wonder to behold. The yarn is gorgeous!

  7. Brianna says:

    How could you NOT fall in love with this? It’s gorgeous!

  8. Brianna says:

    How could you NOT fall in love with this? It’s gorgeous!

  9. Heidi says:

    Oh my, that’s STUNNING!!!!

  10. Heidi says:

    Oh my, that’s STUNNING!!!!

  11. keri says:

    That is gorgeous – such a fantastic pattern in a lovely yarn!

  12. keri says:

    That is gorgeous – such a fantastic pattern in a lovely yarn!

  13. Felicity says:

    That’s just stunning. And to be wrapped in that much super-softy CashSilk lace…

  14. Felicity says:

    That’s just stunning. And to be wrapped in that much super-softy CashSilk lace…

  15. Faye says:

    Just gorgeous! And I’ve had my eye on that colour and was wondering what it looked like knit up!

  16. Faye says:

    Just gorgeous! And I’ve had my eye on that colour and was wondering what it looked like knit up!

  17. YarnAddict says:

    Wow, gorgeous shawl.

  18. YarnAddict says:

    Wow, gorgeous shawl.

  19. Sabrina says:

    gorgeous shawl!
    love the look when it’s wrapped around :)

  20. Sabrina says:

    gorgeous shawl!
    love the look when it’s wrapped around :)

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