Wedding Bells Shawl by Caroline Levander
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Wedding Bells Shawl

July 2010
Lace ?
17 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
766 - 930 yards (700 - 850 m)
One size
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The Wedding Bells Shawl brings together three wedding symbols in its lace pattern. Each end is decorated with hearts and bells while the main part of the shawl is made up of a diamond pattern bringing in mind the wedding ring.

Knitted up in the sheerest of lace yarns, Kidsilk, it gives the bride an airy wrap that will still reveal the wedding dress underneath. While it is like a dream in bridal whites it is equally good looking in matching colours for the bridesmaids. The Kidsilk yarns comes in an large range of colours and varieties so everyone could be sure to find the perfect match for their dress.

The shawls both ends are knitted first and then one of them is continued into the main part. The live stitches are then grafted together so that both ends look alike. The lace pattern at the ends are more complicated leaving way to an easier quickly learned main part which brings both variety and less complicated knitting.