Falling leaves splash across this lovely shawlette. Crescent shaped, Allegheny Muse may be worn as a shawl or scarf.
Worked in a light fingering-weight or heavier lace-weight yarn, Allegheny Muse knits up with one skein of many yarns, and is suitable for solids and semi-solid yarns. Gauge is not crucial if more yarn is on hand.
Pattern features both written and charted instructions for the lacey leaf pattern and includes three edge options (plain, eyelet, and beaded eyelet). Beaded eyelet shown. Pattern may be worked with or without beads. Here are links for adding beads using Superfloss or crochet hook.
Blocked Dimensions: 20” deep at center, 11” deep at edges x 60” across circle
Dimensions with edges held: 72” wide (at top edge) x 16” deep at center
430 yds (393m) light fingering or fingering weight yarn (purchase extra just in case)
shown: Araucania Itata Multy: 1017 (I had 20yds left upon completion)
darning needle for weaving in ends
approximately 600 size 8/0 beads (shown: 8/0 Toho Round Beads – Silver Lined Dark Topaz)
Update sent 6/25/2011: Corrected chart (Row 21-St 18, Row 25-St 18 and Row 29-St 18 are all shown as knit stitches, but should be k2tog).