#28 Lace Shawl
Pattern Description from Vogue Knitting, Spring/Summer 2009: “Shirley Paden’s knockout of a chevron-lace shawl is embraced on all sides by a fancy crocheted edging. The mohair/silk yarn, ‘Kid Seta’ from Skacel Collection, provides a luxe feel over a slinky chemise or a cami/tap pants set.”
“Lace shawl knit in a pointed chevron pattern with crocheted shell stitch edging.”
- 8 7/8-oz/25g balls (each approx 231yd/211m) of Skacel Collection, Inc. Kid Seta (kid mohair/silk) in #9 lavender
- Size 6 (4mm) circular needle, 40”/100cm long or size to obtain gauge
- Size E-4 (3.5mm) crochet hook
- Stitch markers
Gauge: 41 sts = 9”/23cm and 42 rows = 6”/15cm over pointed chevron lace using size 6 (4mm) needle. Take time to check gauge.
Note: Knit first and last st of every row for selvage sts.