This Art Deco-inspired lace pattern is worked from the bottom up, starting with a few stitches and increasing. It can easily be adjusted to the amount of yarn you have on hand.
Samples were knit in lace and fingering weight yarns, but this shawl can be worked in any weight of yarn from lace weight up. The size of the shawl can also be adjusted by altering the number of repeats of Chart B.
Fingering weight: 14.5 sts and 28 rows
Lace weight: 15sts and 31 rows
Fingering weight: 54”/137cm wide x 23”/58cm deep
Lace weight: 74”/188cm wide x 33”/84cm deep
Fingering weight (bronze) sample used 1 skein of Cephalopod Yarns Skinny Bugga! in Bronze Moth. (80% merino/10% nylon/10% cashmere, 424 yds/388m per 100g). 11 repeats of Chart B.
Lace weight (silver-grey) sample used 1 skein of Americo Linen Cordón in 366 U. (65% linen, 30% cotton, 5% silk, 634 yds/580m per 100g). 16 repeats of Chart B.
This pattern is charted and written.
Note: If you are using stitch markers, they will need to move 1 st to the right on rows 7 and 11 of Chart B.