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Rosa

Knitting
Light Fingering / 3 ply ?
24 stitches and 37 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
430 - 790 yards (393 - 722 m)
Small, Large, with modular pattern for scaling up or down
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If you previously purchased Rosa, the price will be automatically discounted from purchases of the Jolie with Pointy Sticks collection.

Rosa is an elegant top down triangle shawl with simple lace inserts, equally suitable for wear as a scarf or as an evening wrap. This is a gentle introduction to true lace, in which the yarn overs occur on both sides of the fabric. Choose a beautiful solid or semi solid light fingering weight yarn to best display the lace pattern, which has the look of paper cut outs. Finished with an easy vertical lace edging to mimic the look of fringe, this is a fast and fun lace project you’ll love to wear. Rosa offers instructions for two sizes, a small scarf sized shawlette for casual wear, and a large shawl sized wrap.

SIZE
Small: 50 inches wide, 20 inches long (Shown in red)
Large: 65 inches wide, 28.5 inches long (Shown in gold)

MATERIALS

  • Small: 430 yds light fingering weight yarn. Shown in Raventwist Torc 100% superwash Blue Faced Leicester, 430 yds per 100g skein, 1 skein used Note: I used 1 skein for the sample, but with very little yarn left over. You may wish to purchase an extra skein for security.
  • Large: 790 yds fingering weight yarn. Shown in Rocky Mountain Dyeworks Kicking Horse Sock 65% superwash merino, 35% bamboo, 395 yds per 85g skein, 2 skeins used Note: Although the amount of yarn used is equivalent to just under 2 skeins, I alternated 3 skeins for a gradient effect. The colors used, from center out, are Beehive Gold, Palmetto Sunrise, and Solstice.
  • 1 U.S. size 3 (3.25 mm) circular needle 24 inches or longer
  • 2 stitch markers
  • tapestry needle

GAUGE
24 sts/37 rows = 4 inches in stockinette st

Tech edited by Lauren Cross