Here Be Dragons by Wendy McDonnell

Here Be Dragons

by Wendy McDonnell
June 2015
Lace ?
20 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
0.6 mm
0.7 mm
1600 - 1750 yards (1463 - 1600 m)
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Dragons, the legendary creatures of lore, of myth, mystery, challenge and brilliance. These majestic beasts looks like a cross between a lizard and a snake, with wings so large it can lift it’s enormous girth off of the land to rule the skies. The gasses in it’s gullet igniting to produce streams of billowing fires to conquer the masses and leave them quivering in their own lairs. Will a fierce, brave and slightly insane knight come to your rescue and attempt to slay your dragon? Does your dragon try to slay everything and burn down entire townships? Or has your dragon been raised from infancy to rule the land with you​? If you raise you dragon will you ride it? Our dragon is a great collector of diamonds, he hordes them, loves the shine and sparkle, his hide has become embedded with them as our shawl will be. Our hooded cape will be protection against his wrath as we steal about in the dark searching his lair for the diamonds we need.

Yarn: Yarn Fairy Super Silky Lace, 875 yds/100g, 2 skeins
Needle: Size US 2/2.75mm – 32 inch circular -smaller if you are a loose knitter-some people went down to US 1.5/2.50mm needle to get a nice tight fabric.
Hooks: US size 14/.70mm ChiaoGoo and Lacis US 16(18)/.40mm can be found on KAL page
Size 8/0 to match your dragon: qty 350-650 come in the kit to do the hood and edging as you please
15.5x5mm top drilled dagger beads for talons: qty aprox 69-75/half a strand
Swarovski crystals clear xilion bicone AB: qty 92-100 come in kit
Magatama, red silver lined for eyes, 36
Notions: Clasp for neck: brass 45x25mm leaf with vines
tapestry needle for ends, sewing needle for clasp
Gauge: 20 stitches, 26 rows over 4 inches, stockinette stitch, blocked
Finished Measurements: nape down back panel approximately 43” wingspan 74” inches.
Fae Level: Intermediate/experienced due to many charts worked across each row.
Skills Needed: Cables, lace, reading from charts, placement method of beading, basic knitting skills.