Pebble Beach Shawl by Helen Stewart
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Pebble Beach Shawl

Knitting
May 2014
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in eyelet lace stitch after blocking
US 6 - 4.0 mm
437 - 800 yards (400 - 732 m)
Small (Medium, Large)
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DESCRIPTION:
Pebble Beach Shawl is a light crescent shaped accessory, perfect for keeping off chilly sea breezes while at the beach. The shawl is knit with one or two skeins of luxury yarn – in a different weight for each size, and is the perfect travel and holiday knitting project.

A simple yet effective lace pattern means this project can be packed alongside your craft magazines and chick-lit beach reading. It drapes beautifully across the shoulders and the picot bind off gives a polished finish like the stones on Brighton Beach.

Instructions are written in my percentage checklist style.

The Pebble Beach Shawlette has grown up into a Shawl!

The updated pattern now includes two more sizes - medium and large!

The medium is designed for 600m/660yds of heavy lace weight yarn and the large is designed for 800m/880yds of lace weight yarn.

NOTE: There are two files when you purchase this pattern - the original “Shawlette” and the “Shawl” file which contains all three sizes.

There aren’t any charts included because the lace is simple and easy to memorise.

Finished Measurements
Small: Approximately 140cm (55”)
diameter across straight top edge
38cm (15”) neck to bottom edge

Medium: Approximately 180cm (71”)
diameter across straight top edge
45cm (18”) neck to bottom edge

Large: Approximately 200cm (79”)
diameter across straight top edge
51cm (20”) neck to bottom edge

Thank you to my lovely test knitters Tinkhickman, Lotusen and GingerLucy