Chandelic Shawl by Erin Kurup
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Chandelic Shawl

Knitting
December 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
850 - 962 yards (777 - 880 m)
One
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Glowing candle flames on a chilly evening as delicate shadows dance across the wall. A dimmed chandelier all swagged and glittering above a table full of friends. What images does Chandelic’s intricate lace pattern call to your mind? I fell in love the first time I saw it. I hope you do, too!

Squishy garter stitch meets elegant lace in this generously sized crescent shawl. Knit from the top center out, the shawl grows wider with every row, creating a dramatic flared shape that’s easy to wear. The pattern is designed to show off solid and tonal colorways beautifully, and the finished shawl is classic and timeless — just as at home with jeans as it is with a little black dress.

Lace is both written and charted, and Chandelic has been tech edited and test knit, so you can cast on with confidence!



SIZE
Wingspan: 70.5” / 179 cm
Center Depth: 18.5” / 47 cm
Measurements taken after firm blocking.

YARN
962 yd / 880 m of fingering weight yarn. Total includes a 15% buffer. Pattern includes a note about modifying depth to accommodate smaller quantities of yarn.

Shown in Kathryn Frank Fiber Arts Flutter (80% Merino, 10% Cashmere, 10% Nylon; 400 yd / 366 m per 100 g / 3.53 oz skein) in Maplefire

NEEDLES
US 4 / 3.5 mm needles, or size needed to obtain gauge; 40” / 100 cm or longer circular needles are recommended to accommodate large number of stitches

NOTIONS
4 stitch markers, tapestry needle

GAUGE
26 stitches and 40 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Garter Stitch after firm blocking. Gauge is not crucial but will affect yardage used and final dimensions.

TECHNIQUES
Yarn overs, single decreases, double increases, dense lace (without long knit or purl stretches). Pattern includes links to more information about required stitches and techniques.


Here’s how testers described Chandelic: elegant, classic, timeless, interesting to knit, snuggly, generous, addictive.

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