Patterns / Shawls
This beautiful lace shawl begins at the center top edge with a provisional cast on. A few rows are worked in the cable panel. Stitches are picked up along the side of the cable panel, then the provisional stitches are picked up. Stitches are increased along each outer edge, and along the center cable panel to shape the shawl. Short rows are worked to complete each point at the lower edge of the shawl. Stitches are cast on then bound off for the knots at the point of each tip.
Designed by Kristen TenDyke.
Photos by Carrie Bostick Hoge.
Pattern is available as a single PDF download.
approx 22 (27½, 29½)" [56 (70, 75) cm] long
44 (55, 59)" [112 (139.5, 150) cm] wide
Shown in Cascade's Ecological Wool yarn
100% Peruvian wool
250 gram hank = approx 478 yards
1 (2, 2) hanks in color 8010 Natural, or approx 470 (590, 630) yards in a comparable earth-friendly yarn.
One 29" circular needle size US 10 (6 mm)
Or size to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 14 sts = 3¾" [9.5 cm] and 16 rows = 4" [10 cm] in Cable and Lace Pattern after blocking. Take time to save time, check your gauge.
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