Sep 262011
 

Sailing To Byzantium is a collection of designs inspired by the art and architecture of ancient Constantinople, designed for the Malabrigo Freelance Pattern Project 2011.

Consisting of two shawls, mosaic colorwork socks, and three slipstitch colorwork accessories, the patterns may be purchased either separately or together in one e-book.

See it on Ravelry, to read more and purchase the patterns.

    

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  1. […] recalling the intricate stacked shapes and vibrant colors of Ottoman architecture. Part of the Sailing To Byzantium […]

  2. […] colorwork hat, recalling the dome and minaret shapes of Ottoman architecture. Part of the Sailing To Byzantium […]

  3. […] colorwork mosaic socks knit from the cuff down with heel flap and gusset. Part of the Sailing To Byzantium […]

  4. […] garter shawlette, with knit-in border reminiscent of Turkish Iznik ceramic tile motifs. Part of the Sailing To Byzantium […]

  5. […] This wrap is knit from the bottom up, then given gentle shaping with short rows. Part of the Sailing To Byzantium […]