This pattern was created for A Verb for Keeping Warm’s Pro-Verbial Yarn Club April shipment. It will be available for sales at Kitman ravelry’s store at 15th October 2012.
Kyri is a beautiful lightweight lace shawl that is knitted bottom up. A skein of gorgeous silk merino laceweight yarn is used to make this shawl. Kiri is edged with interesting wrapped stitches and leaves pattern and I truly love the final drapey effect of it.
There are plenty yarn overs, decorative decrease stitches to make in this pattern. They can be tricky at first but after few rows of making them, you will be comfortable with the pattern.
I have fun designing and making this lace shawl and I hope you all will enjoy it too!
Materials: Yarn: A Verb for Keeping Warm - High Twist
70%Superfine Merino 30% Tussah Silk lace weight (660yrd/100gm) Colorway - Eva, Ana, and all 3 letter names Large (560yard)
Needles: 6mm (US 10), 4.5mm (US 7) and 3.75mm (US 5)
Notions: Stitch markers
Gauge: 25st = 4 inch using 3.75mm needle on stockinette.
Finished size: 58”wide x 24” deep