Neverland by Wendy McDonnell


August 2016
Lace ?
26 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
0.6 mm
0.85 mm
1275 - 1310 yards (1166 - 1198 m)
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Second star on the right, straight on until morning, Neverland. Where little boys never grow up and Indians regularly go on he war path. There are mermaid’s with devilish spunk and fairies flitter about. But what would the world be like without Peter pan! Who’s nemesis is Captain of a flying ship and has a hook in place of his hand. Watch out for that croc Capt’n, tick tock, tick tock.

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Yarn: Yarn Fairy Pixie Merino Lace, 1310 yds/100g, 2- skeins
Needle: Size US 2/2.75mm – 32 inch circular -smaller if you are a loose knitter-some people went down to US 1.5/2.50mm needle to get a nice tight fabric.
Hook: US size 14/.70mm ChiaoGoo and Lacis US 16(18)/.40mm


  • Size 8/0 to qty 921, 47 g in kit
  • Czech pressed 4mm faceted bead clear, qty 24
  • Swavarski crystal, clear star for tree tops: qty 48


  • Clasp for neck
  • tapestry needle for ends, sewing needle for clasp
  • large clock face charm, qty 2

Gauge: 26 stitches, 32 rows over 4 inches, stockinette stitch, blocked.
Finished Measurements: nape down back panel approximately 43” wingspan 74” inches.
Fae Level: Intermediate/experienced due to many charts worked across each row
Skills Needed: Cables, lace, reading from charts, placement method of beading