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For many years Inua Wool Shoppe was the only LYS in Interior Alaska. The owner, Leah generously shared her knowledge and passion for fiber arts. When I was a young knitter she patiently taught me the foundation of all I know about knitting and fiber arts. Many Alaskan knitters know of the simple lace pattern she generously gave away to those looking for a project for that special skein they felt drawn to bring home with them. This shawl honers Leah, her gifts to the community and all the lives she touched.  

Leah's Lace is a crescent shawl that seeks to highlight the spirit of the different dye methods used to create yarn. The the iconic Inua Wool Shoppe Lace Pattern is highlighted on a gently speckled color-way. The glorious chaos of a highly variegated yarn is grounded by a deeper tonal yarn with striping between the two.


Learn more about the insparation behind the Leah's Lace Shawl Pattern in the Design Diary!


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Please reach out to me with any questions or feedback via the contact me button on the SDK home page or via email at sun.daughter.knits@gmail.com. 

Feel free to sell items made from this pattern, with credit to the designer. 
This pattern is the work product and property of Sönna Schuttner, please do not distribute.





Suggested yarn:

Bad Sheep Yarn Basic Sock; 75/25 Superwash Merino & Nylon; 462 Yards; 100 grams

Yarn yardage and weight: 

MC: MC 420 yards, CC1 300 yards, CC2 200 yards
Fingering (category 2)


18 stitches and 36 rows in 10cm/4in knit flat in Leah’s Lace Pattern, blocked

Needles and Notions: 

40in (or longer) US 6/ 4mm circular needles, optional stitch markers for marking lace pattern repeats, darning needle, t-pins for blocking


18in deep, 86in wingspan, blocked

Leah's Lace Shawl Pattern

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