A lace shawl featuring an open, airy mesh. As written this project is the perfect size to wrap around your neck, but it is easy to add or subtract repeats for a larger or smaller shawl if you prefer a different size. This project is knit end to end, so there are only 3 stitches to cast on and 3 to cast off! Written and charted directions are given, along with stitch counts for all rows.
325 yds (300 m) (75 g) fingering weight
Shown: Harrisville Designs Shetland (217yds/50g) in gold
size 5 (3.75 mm) circular or straight needles (or size needed to obtain gauge)
42” x 19” (107 x 48 cm) (blocked)
Can easily be knit larger or smaller by adding or subtracting pattern repeats
in lace pattern (blocked): 1 pattern repeat 12 sts x 20 rows= 2 ¾” x 3” (7 x 7.5 cm)
Gauge needn’t be exact, but gauge will affect finished size of project.
Intermediate. Skills used include lace knitting.
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