Nicole Shawl Lace Wrap Scarf by Joanne T

Nicole Shawl Lace Wrap Scarf

January 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 11 - 8.0 mm
US 10½ - 6.5 mm
410 - 800 yards (375 - 732 m)
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As of April 11, 2017, a corrected PDF has been uploaded for this pattern. There was an error in the directions for the fingering weight section of the pattern.

This shawl starts at the top and you work toward the bottom of the shawl.

Directions are written for the entire shawl, including the lace edging. However, the lace edging is charted out for those that like knitting lace from a chart.

The pattern is written for two different weight yarns. The smaller shawls use the fingering/sock weight yarns and the larger shawls use worsted weight yarn.

There are several choices that you can make when knitting this shawl.

  1. You can knit the lace flat or you can increase stitches to knit the lace so that it will ruffle.
  2. You can use two colors of yarn or you can use only one color.
  3. You choose the weight of yarn and needles that you wish to use.

-For the Fingering/sock weight yarn - Size 8 US (5 mm).
-For the Worsted weight (tighter gauge) - Size 10.5 US (6.5 mm).
-For the Worsted weight (looser gauge) - Size 11 US (5 mm).

The Fingering/Sock weight yarn shawls use:
-Flat Lace: Color A = 230 yards and Color B = 180 yards.
-Ruffle Lace: Color A = 230 yards and Color B = 260 yards.

Worsted Weight shawls:
-For Flat Lace using size 10.5 US needles: 660 yards for solid and 440 for Color A and 220 for Color B.
-For Ruffle Lace using size 11 US: Color A = 440 and Color B = 440.

You will also need stitch markers for the lace edging.

Directions for the different weight yarns and the different type of lace edgings are all included in one pattern.