Ice Rain by Kristi Holaas

Ice Rain

February 2017
Light Fingering ?
18 stitches = 4 inches
in Chart One ~ Gauge varies however with yarn choice
US 4 - 3.5 mm
500 - 900 yards (457 - 823 m)
Small - X-Large
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Brrrrrrr, raining ice while knitting on this design……

Ice Rain is a crescent shape shawl using a variety of yarn weights from cobweb held double to fingering.

The pattern includes percentage guidelines for different size options and for making the most of your yarn. It’s always best to err on the side of having yarn left over than not enough so make sure you have at least the percentages recommended for the last Charts.

Gauge is not extremely important in lace knitting, use your own judgment. Most experienced lace knitters have a favorite needle size for lace to get their desired density of fabric. If you go larger be generous with your percentage for the last Charts!

Medium Difficulty. Charts Only.

Beads? Yes :smile: Always optional but who doesn’t need a little bling in their lives.

Special Kit Errata:
Chart Three has been updated. Contact me for new chart.
Step 1a) should read:

Special Kit Instructions: Complete rows 1-6. Complete rows 7-18 seven (7) times. Complete the Double Border Charts.

Thank you to all my Lovely Testers and a special thanks to my editor, Lorie ♥♥