Wild Rose Shawl
From the description: A centuries-old lace technique is updated with lush, textured yarns and a thoroughly modern design. The three-dimensional motifs are crocheted first, then applied to a paper or muslin template; a picot mesh is worked to join the motifs and form the body of the shawl.
Skill Level: Experienced.
Gauge: 4 loops and 6 rows = 4” in picot mesh patt.
- Sewing needle with sharp point and eye large enough to fit a thread for basting (upholstery needle works well);
- paper or muslin for template;
- polyester sewing thread in contrasting color;
- yarn needle.