Necklaces and Pendants
The inspiration for this shawl suddenly came one evening while just trying on different necklaces for an out-door wedding that required me to drape a lace wrap that would show-off my necklace with a pendant.
A semi-circular shawl slowly evolved with this inspiration. It is knit in two colors, main and contrasting, and in sections with increases made on either RS or WS rows. 7 sections complete the shawl with 3 of them showing oval, round, heart shaped and diamond pendants. Pattern includes both written instructions and clear charts.
I chose two patterns from my small collection of Japanese stitch dictionaries and incorporated them into this pattern.
MC: Spring Tree Road Emeline Sock yarn. Hedera, 434 yds/396 m; 100gms/3.52 oz; 50% Superwash, 50% merino, 50% silk: 2 skeins
CC: Spring Tree Road Muscadine Sock 4 ply fingering weight yarn, Fox Glove: 460 yds/420 m; 100 gms/3.53 oz; 75% Merino, 25% Nylon: 1 skein.
For Sections 6 & 7 knit the first and last sts on all rows for a neater finish
Section 6, Row 39 should read: k4, yo, k2tog 4 times, sl 2 sts onto cn and hold at front of work, k2, k2 from cn, sl 2 sts onto cn and hold at back of work, k2, and k2 from cn, k2tog, yo 4 times, repeat from * to * 9 times more, k4.