Rhodion Lace Shawl
Ancient trees and wrought iron trellis work. Climbing rose buds twining sedately skyward burst into sudden audacious flower.
Rhodion begins with a provisional cast on, and then grows in both directions. The trellis work is formed by a cable lace stitch with patterning every row. The wrong side patterning in the cable lace is unchanging, making this a good introduction to every row lacework.
Cable crossings in lace weight are a challenge, particularly since lacework is incorporated into the cable crossing itself.
Instructions are given for working this stitch both with and without a cable needle.
When turning to work the second side, set up rows incorporate yarn overs and decreases so that the trellis work flows seamlessly the length of the stole.
Transition Chart, row 19
Instead of (right to left):
Slip, K, K, yo, * S2KP2, yo, K, K, yo, K4tog, yo, …,*, S2KP2, yo, K, K, yo, K4tog, yo, S2KP2, yo, K, SSK, yo, K, K, K.
The line should have read:
Slip, K, K, yo, * S2KP2, yo, K, SSK, yo, K4tog, yo, …,*, S2KP2, yo, K, SSK, yo, K4tog, yo, S2KP2, yo, K, SSK, yo, K, K, K.