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“Forest in Spring” - a Shawl by Lotte.

Buschwindröschen auf Usedom

Lotte Wackerhagen has created a beautiful shawl that is reminiscient of the well-known Shetland Shawls. She designed and knitted her version in a square format.

The center of the pattern symbolizes the forest floor in spring. It depicts European Thumbleweed (anemone nemorosa), framed by stylized leaves and stems. Beech leaves form the outside border of the shawl.


The pattern is provided in hard-copy only (6 pages, in colour) or PDF file. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing it.

Buschwindroeschen aud Usedom
Lottes Fruehlingstuch
Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom
Lottes Fruehlingstuch
Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom
Lottes Fruehlingstuch
Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom
Lottes Fruehlingstuch
Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom
Lottes Fruehlingstuch
Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom
Lottes Fruehlingstuch
Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom
Lottes Fruehlingstuch
Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom
 
At this point, Lotte’s shawl is still at her house. Soon it will travel all the way to Geesthacht for a photo session!

The lovely pictures of ANEMONE NEMOROSA (Buschwindroeschen) were taken at Usedom.
Joachim Bengs
Usedomer Fotoagentur "JoBe"

has kindly agreed to have his pictures featured here.

All the pictures on this page as well as all others on my website are copyright protected.

Lottes Fruehlingstuch

The lovely pictures of ANEMONE NEMOROSA (Buschwindroeschen) were taken at Usedom.
Joachim Bengs
Usedomer Fotoagentur "JoBe"
has kindly agreed to have his pictures featured here.

All the pictures on this page as well as all others on my website are copyright protected.


Buschwindroeschen auf Usedom


Knitting Instructions/Patterns

This pattern is available in Danish, English and German.

The shawl was made from 300g white New Zealand Lambswool.

The Original Lace Yarn is 2-plied and yields 600 meters / 100 gram.

English Translation provided by Friedl Ballaban.


Other pages available:

Traditional Danish Shawls

Click HERE to see a variety of other shawls. Though they are based on common instructions (either for the “Heidetuch” or the “Bindetuch”), they are as different as the people who created them!

Lilies-of-the-Valley: Variations of a Traditional Knitting Pattern

Natural Dyeing with fresh leaves of Japanese Indigo (Polygonum tinctorium)