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August 2016
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
650 yards (594 m)
This pattern is available for $3.00 USD
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Errata: the bead placement in the pattern was from a previous version, and while it works… it does not match the pictures. The beads should be nestled between the yarn overs and not in the decreases.

A corrected PDF is now available for download.

Knitted lace has the power to look complex while being easy to work. This pattern is rhythmic, with predictable increases and decreases, allowing you to lose yourself in the beauty of simple lace. Beginning with just a few stitches and slowly increasing, knitting this asymmetric triangle shawl will have you transfixed.

Finished measurement:
72” x 60” x 40”
after blocking

The BaH Yarns Shawl Balls are dyed to create stripes of color that are equal widths as you progress through some form of triangular shawl. These widths will vary if you knit another shape, but they are no less pleasing. The sample shown used a single skein of the BaH Yarns Shawl Ball: Lilac Gray-Dient, which is a gradient that, beginning with a touch of gray, slowly deepens in intensity before the gray is interrupted by a pop of color about two-thirds of the way through the skein, then finishing with an even deeper gray.

Optional Beading: Want a little sparkle in your shawl? Try adding beads to your knitting. The sample shown placed the beads only in the pop-of-color section found in the Gray-Dient Shawl Ball.

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