Bridgewater by Jared Flood
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Lace ?
21 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1600 - 1650 yards (1463 - 1509 m)
One Size
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“The elegant simplicity of a large lace square never goes out of style. This square shawl is an homage to my love of laceweight Garter Stitch. The center square is worked on the bias, in Garter Stitch, by working increases (or decreases) into the first stitch of every row. This construction creates long diagonal ridges of garter across the central square. The Horseshoe Lace Frame is worked in the round from stitches that have been picked up directly from the center square. The piece is finished by way of a traditional knitted-on lace edging that attaches itself to the perimeter of the shawl as it is worked, eliminating the need for a conventional bind off.” - Jared Flood


One Size


42.5” x 42.5” square, after blocking


Silky Alpaca Lace by Classic Elite (70% alpaca, 30% Silk; 50g ball = approx. 460 yards)
* 4 balls in #2403 Cloud Grey


  • One 32” circular needle in size US 5 (3.75 mm)

Or size needed to obtain gauge


21 sts and 21 ridges (42 rows) to 4” in Garter St after blocking

Errata (Book Version Only): One chart symbol was left off of the Legend on Page 21. The Chart symbol resembling a lower-case “r” represents k1f-b: Knit into the Front and Back of stitch, increasing one stitch. See symbol and errata note here:

Please note: the stitch patterns in this garment are charted only.