Rich with knots and a beautifully scalloped border, Naiad will settle around your shoulders like ripples in a pond. Delicate fronds of lace are separated by rings of stockinette and reverse stockinette stitch. Worked from the border in, you will be richly rewarded for your lengthy caston by the concentric decrease rows governed by every knitter’s favorite mathematical symbol: Pi.
You will need approximately 800 to 850 yards of a lace-weight yarn to complete the project as written. Note that the lace patterns are presented in charted form only.
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