This shawl is a simple triangle shape but generously sized with vertical lines of a teardrop shaped lace motif travelling down its length. Knitted from the bottom up you’ll need to transfer from single point needles to circular needles in order to accommodate the full width as the work grows.
Finished shawl measures 90cm ( 35 ½ in ) long from middle of cast off edge to cast on x 120 cm (47 ¼ in ) wide at cast off edge
4 x Jeanette Sloan Baby Alpaca & Silk (200m / 50g (218 yards / 1 ¾ oz) shown in sh 5932 Olive
Eden Cottage Askham 4ply (200m / 50g (218 yards / 1 ¾ oz) sh Yarrow
One 120 cm (47”) long 3.25 mm (US 3) circular needle
27 sts and 34½ rows to 10 cm (4 inches) measured over lace pattern* using 3.25 mm (US 3) needles
after blocking and pressing (Try working a swatch wide enough for a single repeat of each chart)
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