Shawl In Above Photo Worked In Sport Weight Linen With Crochet Chain Finish
Shawl In Above Photo Worked In Fingering Weight Mohair With Picot Hem Finish
This knitted lace pattern looks complicated but is good for beginning lace knitters. The pattern is one that also looks good in variegated yarn. The instructions are pdf format, in both written and charted form.
The first few lines of the General Instructions read:
Gauge: 16 stitches x 32 rows = 4.25” x 5.33” in Main Pattern (= Multiple of 16 stitches + 1 x 32 rows).
Dimensions (both finishes): Approx. 74" width, 44” depth
Materials Required: For Both Finishes: 800 yards fingering or sport weight yarn; Knitting needles U.S. Size 5 (3.5 mm metric) and Size 8 (5.0 mm metric);
Crochet hooks U.S. Sizes I/9 (”eye”) (5.5 mm) and F (4.0 mm).
For Picot Hem Finish Only: Yarn needle and stitch holder.
Construction Overview: The shawl is worked from the center back neckline outwards to the border. The border can be finished with crochet chain loops or a picot hem and, optionally, painted with textile paint.
To Lengthen Or Shorten Shawl: Work more or fewer complete vertical repeats of Main Pattern.
Price US$ 6.00