Gypsy Lace Shawl (S-2019)
Simple lace patterns are used on this garter stitch square to encourage experimentation with color.
Beginning with a provisional cast on, the center is worked back and forth in rows. Then borders are worked in the round ending with a beaded picot cast off. The shawl can be made in one color or many, using bright hues or subtle shades.
Instructions are written for laceweight yarn, but this design also looks great in fingering, sport, DK, or worsted weight yarns for larger shawls and throws. If you choose to use a heavier weight yarn, needle size, yardage, and finished size will vary.
Yardage: 470 yards of Color A; 315 yards of Color B, and 340 yards of Color C, in lace weight yarn.
Shawl shown uses rust as Color A, navy blue as Color B, and cherry as Color C.