<p>I really hate to be wasteful. Post-winter purging time of sweaters and also my son's birthday, hatched a bright idea. Previously-loved sweaters are cozy and warm, so why not give them a second life? Up-cycling is so rewarding. My son's decor is grey tones…</p>
Based on a traditional Shetland Hap Shawl, this lightweight and springy cardigan makes use of an updated variation of a wavy lace pattern. The name “talus”—a slope formed by a pile of shale at the base of a cliff or steep incline—is a play on the Old Shale pattern variant used in the lace sections. The cardigan is worked from the top down for minimal seaming.