This pattern is also available as part of my new e-book Primavera: an Eco-friendly e-book with 5 original shawl designs.
Vereda it’s a triangular shawl knitted sideways. It has a wavy lace pattern resembling vines or sinuous paths, depending on where imagination leads you. The pattern is easily adjustable by working more or less pattern repeats.
As shown has 9 repeats of Charts A and B and used 342.8 m (374.9 yds) of Malabrigo Lace, (lace weight yarn - 2ply) 100% merino, fuschia colorway. However, the pattern works with any weight yarn as long you adjust needle size accordingly, being the perfect one skein project.
I’d recommend using a fiber with at least 60% wool and wet blocking to enhance shawl wavy lines, especially the short sides.
Materials: approx approx 387 m – 445 m (423 – 486.4 yds) of lace yarn; st markers; size 4 mm (US 6) circular needles; tapestry needle; pins for blocking;
Skills needed: long tail cast-on, K, P, P2tog, YO (including in the beginning of the row), K2tog, Ssk, M1R, Sk2p, BO. Wet block the shawl and woven in ends.
Pattern format: Both written instructions (line by line) and charts are provided.
Many thanks to the test group