Shoalwater Shawl (S-2011) by Evelyn A. Clark

Shoalwater Shawl (S-2011)

Knitting
850 - 1400 yards (777 - 1280 m)
36" to 40" deep by 72" to 80" across top
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Like waves in shallow water, Old Shale lace creates ripples across this simple, garter stitch lace shawl. Knit from the top down, this triangular shawl is bound off with an easy picot edging. Instructions are included for four weights of yarn.

Blocked Size: Approximately 40” deep and 80” across top in fingering, sport, or DK weight yarn following the suggested number of pattern repeats. In lace weight yarn with 4 repeats of lace pattern the shawl will measure about 36” deep and 72” across. Change the number of pattern repeats for a smaller or larger shawl.

Yarn and Needle Requirements:

Lace wt: 1200 yds; US 6 circular and US 7 dpn

Fingering wt: 1400 yds; US 7 circular and US 9 dpn

Sport wt: 1150 yds; US 9 circular and US 10.5 dpn

DK or lt. worsted wt: 850 yds; US 10.5 circular and US 13 dpn

Shawl in pattern shown in Cherub (100% wool hand-dyed sport wt) from Wool In The Woods.

Needles: 29” or 32” circular in size for your yarn and a larger double pointed needle. You will also need a spare circular or double pointed needle about 2 sizes smaller than the shawl needle.

Gauge:

Lace wt: 19 sts = 4"

Fingering wt: 18 sts = 4"

Sport wt: 16 sts = 4"

Dk or lt. worsted wt: 12 sts = 4"