Lutana is an Australian Aboriginal word meaning moon.
The Lutana Shawlette is a narrow crescent shape, featuring gentle short row shaping, decorative eyelet rows and a feminine ruffle.
Worked from the top down, this shawl is designed to be a straight-forward knit, perfect for knitting while travelling or relaxing in front of the television.
Beautiful kidsilk lace makes this a light as air, yet satisfyingly warm to wear.
Techniques used: purl, knit, k2tog, yo, kfbf
Width x Length: 17 cm/6.7” x 163cm/64.2”
sofTrope, Kidsilk lace (70% Superfine Kid Mohair, 30% Silk, 420m/459yds per 50gm)
4 mm/US 6
Notions: Tapestry needle & 2 Stitch markers
GAUGE: 18 st and 34 rows = 4”/10cm in stockinette stitch after blocking. Gauge is not crucial for this project; however variations in gauge will affect yardage and finished dimensions.
This pattern has been Tech Edited and Test Knit.
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