#10 Beaded Shawl
The crochet hook is for beading (size based on response from Vogue, but whatever doesn’t stretch the stitches out of shape should work).
There’s a typo in the magazine! Yardage for yarn is 400 yds/skein, not 200.
Shown as Lacy Leaves Shawl in the book.
Pattern Description from Vogue Knitting, Holiday 2008: “A rapturous knit shawl by Karen Joan Raz links three panels of a lacy leaf pattern with eyelet sections. Made with ‘2-Ply Mongolian Cashmere’ by jade Sapphire Exotic Fibres, the fabric has beads worked into it with a fine crochet hook. (This lovely colorway, Tanis Grays, is named for our yarn editor.)”
“Lace shawl worked in three quarters with knit-in beading detail.”
Knitted Measurements: After blocking 76”/193cm wide at top edge and 29”/73.5cm deep at center
- 3 2oz/55g balls (each approx 400yd/183m) of Jade Sapphire Exotic Fibres 2-Ply Mongolian Cashmere (cashmere) in #82 Tanis Grays
- Size (4.5mm) circular needle, 24”/60cm long
- Extra size 7 (4.5mm) needles for 3-needle bind-off One 1mm beading crochet hook
- 1400 Size 6/0 silver-lined crystal glass beads
- Only RS rows are shown on chart. Shawl is worked on every RS row as foll: Work chart pat 3 times, end yo, k2tog, k2.
- Work every WS row as foll: yo, k2tog, k1, then p the purl sts and k the knit sts to the last 3 sts, k3.
Pages: 72 & 104-105.