Ix Kanleom by Ambur Hsiao

Ix Kanleom

Crochet
May 2017
Light Fingering ?
19 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet (US)
5.0 mm (H)
0.6 mm
475 yards (434 m)
One Size
US
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Dawn approaches on the horizon, the sun bathing everything in its soft light. A twinkle catches your eye. You look closer and notice morning dew on a perfect spider web. The tiny droplets glisten like miniature jewels combined together on a near invisible thread. In that one moment, it is simple beauty and perfection.

Ix Kanleom means “the spider’s web catching the morning dew”. The delicate cotton/bamboo yarn is woven together in rows one at a time just like a spider’s web and the beads are reminiscent of the dew that collects in the wee hours of dawn.


For a tutorial on how to place beads, please check out this video

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Difficulty Rating
Intermediate

Construction
This shawl is increased at each edge and at the center spine. Rows of solid crochet and beaded mesh filet lace are alternated in set patterns.

Materials:

Hook

  • US H/8 (5.00mm) Crochet Hook or size needed for gauge
  • 0.50mm Crochet Hook for beads or something similar that you can fit through the middle of the beads.

Yarn Used

  • Mary Gavan Yarns Desert (Light Fingering; 50% Organic Cotton/50% Bamboo; 475 yd/434 m). 1 skein used in colorway Periwinkle

Yardage: 475 yards.

Gauge

  • 19 sts & 11 Rows = 4” square in double crochet.
  • Please note that while gauge is not critical to this project, different gauges will effect size and yardage (and amount of skeins needed).

Other Notions

  • 825 Size 6/0 Seed Beads
  • Yarn Needle
  • Blocking Pins and or Wires
  • 2 Stitch markers to mark the beginning/ends of rows (optional).

Final Measurements (after blocking)

  • 56” across and 21” at the spine”
  • Points at the edge of the shawl must be blocked into place.

Special Techniques/Stitches

  • Chain
  • Double Crochet
  • Single Crochet
  • Slip Stitch
  • Treble Crochet
  • Placing beads onto directed stitches

Number of pages: 2

Languages/Terminology

  • English
  • US Terminology

*This pattern has been test crocheted and edited.*