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10 Responses to “Starburst”

  1. AnKsMemere October 18, 2008 at 5:22 am #

    Could you please explain the Key Chart Stitches? I don’t understand what they mean.

  2. Ruth del Valle October 18, 2008 at 8:25 am #

    Lovely Dana. Wow, long time ago I was studying and crocheting, knitting my stuff. Tote bags, sweaters, just from my head. BTW, one of my best buddy is now director of aging program of NIH, up there in DC. Congratulations, Ruth in Chile

  3. SEA October 18, 2008 at 11:55 am #

    Very cute shrug. How do you find time to knit being a student? Nice to see a young person obsessed with knitting.
    Nice job with the shrug.


  4. Stella Machado October 18, 2008 at 12:10 pm #

    Very delicate and interesting. I love it.

  5. Louise October 21, 2008 at 11:10 am #

    Really pretty pattern. Thanks for posting it :-)

  6. Cate Forbing November 26, 2008 at 2:30 pm #

    Absolutely beautiful! My 28 yr. old daughter dropped major hints about a shrug with cap sleeves and a simple fastener in front. This looks like her. I’m a bit intimidated as I have only been knitting 2 years, but it is my therapy and carry my knitting with me everywhere I go (used to be books, but now they have to be on CD). I may need to ask a question or two- are you available this way? This is the prettiest shrug I have seen, and believe me, I’ve been looking!

  7. Victoria Barr February 2, 2009 at 5:13 pm #

    Hi! this looks great but as I am just new to knitting I am not sure I understand the keychart either! Could you please explain it?

  8. jayaycee August 1, 2009 at 12:33 pm #

    That shrug is adorable and the starburst design really gives it a beautiful texture. I am definitely going to make one of these for my daughter. Thanks for sharing!

  9. stitchingmama January 29, 2010 at 4:55 pm #


    I have visited your site and have so far, printed patterns but not yet knitted any of your designs. I look forward to knitting this Starburst shrug as soon a I can. I followed one of your links to your BW S&B site and I got so excited! You guys rock! Are you still meeting? I have a group that knits on Thursday nights at our local Episcopal church and we focus primarily on Prayer Shawl Ministry, both in and outside of our parish. I hope you are all still knitting and meeting more people. If you are interested in getting kits together for beginners, you might look up your local churches and community centers for groups participating in the Prayer Shawl Ministry. I know our group’s “Stash” just keeps growing, and we hand out info sheets and yarn and needles to any and all who want to start but don’t know where to begin, especially those who are a bit low on funds. Long time knitters usually have way too much yarn and needles, and we are always looking for “new Homes” for our beloved yarns and needles! :)

    Thanks for the design, when I give it to someone I will make sure I mention the designer and her website.

    Just keep knitting, knitting.



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