Throw off the doldrums of winter and invite respite of summer, letting some relaxation and peaceful time come to to the surface. Perhaps with some water-side lace knitting? Designed to showcase Sundara silky cashmere in the ‘colour commentary’ series colourway ‘peace’, the Surfacing shawl is a simple but peaceful knit, allowing the luxury cashmere/silk yarn to bring soft comfort to your knitted accessory basket.
This is a pleasant shawl that will make the most of your skein of luxury fingering weight yarn – or even a favourite skein of sock yarn that’s waiting to be shown off as an elegant accessory. Worked from the top down as a shallow triangle, the Surfacing shawl starts with quick stockinette and then flows into two simple lace patterns.
More on this Sundara color commentary here:
• Sundara Fingering Silky Cashmere 65% white cashmere, 35% silk, 385m/420yds per 100g/3.53oz skein, 1 skein (shown in ‘peace’)
• 4.0mm/US #6 needle, OR needle size required to obtain gauge (24-inch circular)
• 3.75mm/US #5 needle, OR needle one size smaller than that required to obtain gauge (24-inch circular)
• stitch markers
• tapestry needle
• blocking pins, blocking wires (optional)
• Finished shawl measures approximately 50” in width and 12” in height at centre of shawl.
• 5.5 sts/8 rows per inch in stockinette stitch on 4.0mm/US #6 needles, OR needle size required to obtain gauge
• Working knit, purl, and basic lace stitches including yarnovers and single decreases
• Working from a charted pattern