Rockslide by Anna Dalvi

Rockslide

Knitting
March 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in edging pattern
US 7 - 4.5 mm
540 yards (494 m)
wingspan: 217 cm (85 in), height: 55 cm (22 in)
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The Rockslide Shawl is a fully reversible lace shawl. It uses old Shetland motifs to create an airy shawl with rolling river rocks on the body of the shawl, and a more solid row of diamonds separating the body from the edging with peaks and valleys.

This versatile shawl can be worn as a lacy accessory with an evening gown, or with jeans and a top for a casual look. There’s no need to worry about having the β€œright side” showing, as the shawl is completely reversible.

Rockslide is worked in several different directions. It starts with a provisional cast-on for the body. Then stitches are picked up for the diamond border, and the shawl is finished with a knit on edging.