Betta loves Shetland Shawlette
This pattern has directions for both garter stitch and stockinette stitch lace
I designed this shawlette for my very dear friend Betta, she wanted a small triangle to wear under a jacket or a coat and … she loves Shetland !
This shawlette features traditional and modified Shetland lace motifs I found in various stitch dictionaries and in Sharon Miller’s book Heirloom Knitting.
The kerchief is a perfect approach to Shetland lace knitting because it is knitted in not too fine lace-weight wool and it has a section of both right and wrong side patterned rows.
Fun to knit, it is a great gift, easy to wear also on casual outfit for a modern look.
I suggest to avoid multicolored yarn which would obscure the pattern.
Lace-weight wool (700 mt / 100 g - 766yards / 3.53 oz)
needles size 3.5mm / US size 4
needles size 4.00mm /US size 6
the needles size 4.00mm are used only to bind off the stitches.
The pattern is in charted and text format.
You are welcome to join us at the Raverly group
in tiziana’s corner to chat, knit along and have fun!