Seaspray by Andrea Rangel

Seaspray

Knitting
February 2018
Lace ?
26 stitches and 50 rows = 4 inches
in Sun Rays Lace Pattern
US 0 - 2.0 mm
1100 yards (1006 m)
wingspan: 49"/124.5 cm
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I live just a short walk away from a park that’s right on the water. There’s a sweet beach, forested paths, and a striking rocky shoreline that gets strong, crashing waves coming in. I’m always mesmerized by the colour and drama of the sea, and amazed that I get to live so close to such an impressive place. I named this shawl Seaspray thinking of my walks along the boulders.

Worked in a draping lace weight yarn, Seaspray combines several intuitive lace patterns using the simple shape of a half pi shawl for elegant and impressive results. It’s finished off with a wavy lace pattern reminiscent of the sea.

Knit it in a watery blue-green like this one in Sincere Sheep Diaphanous - the color is fittingly called Agean - or choose soft white for a perfect bridal accessory.

Lace patterns are charted and written.

Finished Measurements
Wingspan: 49 in/124.5 cm
Depth at Center: 21.5 in/54.5 cm

Yarn
1100 yd/1006 m lace weight yarn

Shown in Sincere Sheep Diaphanous
(80% Merino wool, 20% Tussah silk;
1100 yd/1006 m per 113 g skein)

Color: Aegean, 1 skein

Blocked Gauge
Gauge measurement should be taken after blocking.

26 sts/50 rows = 4 in/10 cm in Sun Rays Lace

Needles & Notions
Needle Sizes are recommendations only. Always use needle size necessary to obtain gauge.

Suggested Size US 0/2 mm needle
Project is worked flat, but a circular needle 40 in/100 cm or longer may be helpful for managing a large number of stitches.

stitch markers (standard and removable)
tapestry needle
blocking wires, pins, and pinnable surface
smooth contrasting yarn for life lines (optional)

Skills
garter tab (instructions given in pattern), picking up stitches, working lace from charted or written instructions (both included in pattern)

Read more about this pattern on my blog.