The Lace Eater by Mary-Anne Mace
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The Lace Eater

Knitting
September 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
700 - 749 yards (640 - 685 m)
57 cm (23 inches) deep and 220 cm (87 inches) wide
This pattern is available for NZ$7.50 NZD buy it now

The Lace Eater shawl came from a desire to depict the all-consuming passion that lace knitting inspires in those of us addicted to lace knitting.
Cables twist and turn as they move across the surface of the knitted fabric - undulating - consuming the lace … like an infection.

The Lace Eater, an elongated triangular crescent shawl, will challenge lace lovers. You will be required to work from multiple charts, to work increases and decreases on RS and WS rows. Nupps and gathered stitches give texture to the fabric, while cables consume lace motifs as they advance across the fabric.
Rippling with cables and lace, wrap the The Lace Eater shawl about your shoulders and celebrate your lace addiction!

Yarn Substitution:
Choose a solid or only slightly variegated fingering weight (NZ 4 ply) yarn for this shawl in order to highlight the textural nature of the fabric produced.

(and yes, I stole my username from my own design!)