Sea Glass Shawl
Need a breezy, interesting project for summertime? The Sea Glass Shawl features some relaxing stockinette stripes and some fun lace -- both charted AND written. Knitting it from the bottom up means the cast off is almost nonexistent. And the lovely, drapey CotLin creates a shawl that’s perfect wear for summer evenings, breezy adventures, and sipping iced coffee on the patio. It looks great in two colours or three.
Shown in CotLin DK in colours Gosling, Celery, and Sagebrush
A: 2 balls Gosling
B: 2 balls Celery
C: 1.25 - 2 balls Sagebrush (for lace panel)
Use a long circular needle to work the shawl back and forth.
All errata found have been for the chart instructions only. If in doubt, check the line-by-line written instructions. Click the errata link above to find an updated chart that you can download and print.
Chart Row 1 (Chart Notes about grey stitches): the very first lace stitch should be highlighted in grey, but is not. Work it as an ssk.
The very last lace stitch should also be highlighted in grey. Work it as a k2tog.
These two alterations are only for the edge of the lace, not where the two charts meet in the middle of the shawl.
Chart Row 2: Stitch 69 should be a purl on the WS, not a yarnover.
Chart Row 3: Stitches 69 and 73 should be yarnovers.
Chart Row 25: Stitch 24 should be a yarnover.
Chart Row 27: Stitch 36 should be k2tog.
Chart Rows 32, 33, 34: Stitch 74 should not exist.
Thanks so much to canstash for her sharp eyes.**