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Chinook Shawl Pattern

Knitting
June 2009
Lace / 2 ply ?
14 stitches and 17 rows = 4 inches in lace pattern with yarn held double
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 11 - 8.0 mm
2200 - 2640 yards (2012 - 2414 m)
one, but the border is optional
Errata available: community.knitpicks.com

The pattern was available as a kit through Knit Picks but is no longer available.

Like rippling water, the wave pattern of Milanese lace in the Chinook shawl becomes larger as it reverberates toward the scalloped fishnet edge. This is a true knitted lace pattern, with patterning on the right and wrong sides of your shawl. Hold two colors of lace weight yarn together and change one at a time to gradually shift colors across the shawl. This is a subtle way to create a unique and mesmerizing color pattern that doesn’t obscure your lace pattern. Choose to use the sixth hank of yarn to knit a lace border on your Chinook shawl, or leave a smooth finished edge to your shawl and knit the lace Pyrifera scarf pattern, which is also included.