Into the Night by Boo Knits

Into the Night

January 2018
Light Fingering ?
17 stitches = 4 inches
in stocking stitch after blocking using 3.75mm needles
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
656 yards (600 m)
One size but easily adaptable
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This pattern is part of the Into the Night Collection; a collection of six patterns, five available individually and one that is strictly exclusive to the Collection. On purchasing the collection you will find a saving on buying the patterns individually and the bonus of the exclusive sixth pattern.

Into the Night is the finale in the Into the Night Collection. It is an unashamedly romantic shawl that is a worked from the top down with a centre lace panel that becomes, three, five and seven panels before finishing with a flurry of lace and beads. Understated and elegant, this shawl is just the perfect accessory from dusk ‘til dawn whatever you are wearing and wherever you are!

This pattern has full written instructions and is fully charted (with nice large, easy to read, charts) and bead placement shown throughout. It will be very useful to print this pattern using a colour printer though you could use a coloured pencil to highlight the position of beads.

In addition to the yarn and needles indicated you will also need: three different stitch markers A, B and C (you will need Marker A to be the one you have most of, needle (for weaving in ends), blocking pins and mats, 800 Miyuki Size 6 seed beads or Miyuki Size 5 triangular beads and a 1mm cro-tat hook to apply your beads (or dental floss, o.6mm crochet hook, fleegle beader …).

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