Field of Daisies by Tabitha's Heart
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Field of Daisies

August 2011
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
440 - 450 yards (402 - 411 m)
One Size - Wingspan 48 in/122 cm; Length 18 in/45.5 cm after blocking
This pattern is available for $5.95 USD
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My friend Daisy’s wedding inspired a search for floral lace motifs. This shawl is a byproduct of that search. It features a large, open daisy pattern at the top and an ornate leaf edging. This versatile shawl can also be worn as a kerchief or scarf.

The pattern has been completely revised and updated, errors in the Fresh Designs version have been corrected, charts have been reworked and corrected, and helpful construction tips have been added to the pattern to make is an easier knit.

Pattern is worked from the center back to the edge using a modified triangular construction technique that stays on the shoulders better. Requires a basic understanding of lace knitting including double increases and decreases as well as ability to read lace charts. Suitable for intermediate knitters.s. Suitable for intermediate knitters.

If you purchased the Fresh Designs: Shawls book from Cooperative Press and would like a copy of the updated version at a discounted price or would like to receive the corrected border chart for free, please PM or email me with your receipt from CP and I will be happy to accommodate you.

This pattern is also available in the book Fresh Designs: Shawls. Ordering information for Fresh Designs: Shawls is available on the Cooperative Press website

ERRATA: Fresh Designs: Shawls - 31 Jan 2013

The following errata are found in the Cooperative Press e-book and print versions of Fresh Designs: Shawls only. These errors do not occur in the individual version of the pattern available from Tabitha’s Heart.

Daisy Section

Final rows of written instructions should read (changes are bolded):

Rep Rows 1-2 until all 53 rows of Chart 1 are complete, ending with a WS row. 281 sts.
Next row RS: K2, yo, k2tog, yo, (k to marker, M1L, sl m, k1, M1R) 3 times, k to last 4 sts, yo, ssk, yo, k2. 289 sts.
Next row WS: K2, purl to last 2 sts removing markers, k2.

Then work the border.

Border Chart

Row 15: Stitch 25 should be K, Stitch 29 should be YO, Stitch 43 should be YO.

Row 17: Stitch 42 should be YO.