Beanstalk Shawl by Amy van de Laar

Beanstalk Shawl

Knitting
July 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21.5 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in leaf stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
753 yards (689 m)
One size, 65”/165cm wingspan and 31”/79cm depth
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Beginning with only a few stitches, columns of gracefully-curved leaves sprout from the edge of the Beanstalk Shawl, forming its triangular shape and climbing towards the bind-off edge. The shawl’s crisply textured lace includes increases and decreases on every row, but with the use of stitch markers between repeats the 6-row leaf pattern soon becomes rhythmic and satisfying.

Skills & Techniques:
Working lace increases and decreases on RS and WS rows, and knitting and purling through the back loop.

Materials Needed:
2 skeins of Maniototo Wool Rough Ridge 4 ply (90% Merino cross wool, 10% coloured Polwarth wool; 394yds/360m per 100g skein), or 753yds/688m of fingering-weight yarn.
You will also need 10 stitch markers.

Finished Measurements:
Relaxed after blocking: 65”/165cm wingspan, and 31”/79cm depth. The shawl can be enlarged by working additional repeats of the main section/chart (with extra yarn).

Charts and written instructions are both provided in full.