Evil Queen by Wendy McDonnell

Evil Queen

Knitting
April 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
1250 - 1300 yards (1143 - 1189 m)
one
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Next up in the Year of the Grimm, our dear Reggie inspired the colors for this shawl. Shawl? Not really, more like a scarf with swagger as this is an elongated scarf with just a nod at being a shawl down the back. Walking through the forest to bring the dreaded apple to Snow, our evil queen would have worn a shawl like this, crossed about and tied, we’ll leave you to toss it around your neck for a more modern feel. Beads are just on the far sides of the edging to give them added weight, helping the lace to stand out and gives a nod to Reggies awesome costumes. The yarn we choose will drape really well and feels amazing on, see if you don’t strut like the queen.

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Supplies:
Yarn: Yarn Fairy Milky Silky Sock weight, 70/20/10 SWM/silk/cashmere, 430 yards per 100g skein, 3 skeins
Needles: US size 3/3.25mm circular, 32 inches circular or straights
Beads: 6/0 to match yarn color
Hook: ChiaoGoo size US 16/0.5mm for placement method of beading
Gauge: 24 sts, 30 rows over 4 inches in stockinette blocked-or size needed to get gauge.
Finished Measurements: TBD about 18” wide at start, nape to point, 72” long
Fea level: intermediate
Skills Needed: Lace, cables, bead placement, reading from charts