Bloomscape by Kalurah Hudson


June 2021
Sport (12 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in Lace worked flat and blocked
US 4 - 3.5 mm
650 yards (594 m)
One size
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Bloomscape features a simple but striking lace stitch adorned with delicate nupps. The nupps are created over two rows. First, a single stitch is increased to 7 on a right-side row and then decreased back to one on a wrong-side row. The crescent shape of this shawl is made using simple yarn overs. Every right side row is increased by 2 stitches and every wrong side row is increased by 4. A herringbone lace edging is added to the shawl and a stretchy bind off is used to show off the dramatic points in the lace. The entire shawl is charted and includes written directions.
Note: If using 2 skeins of Hand-dyed yarn, use the first skein for chart A and the second skein for chart B. Make your gauge swatch with the second skein, as chart A will use up almost all of the first skein. Alternatively, you can change between skeins every 2 rows to avoid any color pooling.

:bulb: Design Tip: Double up your shawl by knitting a second shawl in a different color, with fewer or more edging repeats. The layered effect is an absolute Stunner! See the last two photos.

Approx. 650 yards of sport weight yarn
Shown in Sew Happy Jane Springy Sport in Bashful.

Shawl: Size US #4 (3.5 mm) 40” Circular Needle for working back & forth
Bind off: Size US #7 (4.5 mm) Needle

Stitch markers (if desired)
Tapestry Needle
Blocking materials & measuring tape

(Worked flat in Lace stitch pattern, blocked)
18 stitches & 20 rows = 4” x 4” or 4.5 sts & 5 rows per inch
Note: See pg. 6 in pattern for swatching instructions. I recommend swatching first as this shawl has a short length and everyone’s gauge differs when creating Nupp stitches. Swatching is also perfect practice for working the lace pattern!

Finished Measurements
55” wingspan x 18 depth” (Blocked)

Stitches Used
K2tog (Knit two together)
Sl1, k1, psso (Slip, knit, pass)
K3togtbl (Knit 3 together through back loop)
Cdd (Center Double Decrease)
Nupps (video link provided in pattern)

Techniques Used
Garter Tab (video link provided in pattern)
Stretchy Bind Off (video link provided in pattern)