Dream Lake Shawl by Julia Decker

Dream Lake Shawl

Knitting
April 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
343 - 1034 yards (314 - 945 m)
S (M, L)
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The Dream Lake Shawl is an adaptation of my Dream Lake Cowl design. The shawl is an asymmetrical triangle worked corner to short edge that cycles through your chosen colors and through a variety of attractive textures.

The pattern includes written instructions as well as charts. Two variations for the lace panels are provided.

Three sizes are included: S (M, L)

I’m always happy to answer questions, so if you need assistance please don’t hesitate to ask! Or check out my Ravelry group: https://www.ravelry.com/groups/deunyn-knits

Suggested Yarn

Approximately 343 (664, 1034) yards of Knerd String DK, 100g/231 yds/211 m, 100% Superwash Merino
Small: Two colors: C1 163 yards / 149 meters; C2 180 yards / 165 meters
Medium: Three colors: C1 211 yards / 193 meters; C2 163 yards / 149 meters; C3 290 yards / 265 meters
Large: Four colors: C1 231 yards / 211 meters; C2 186 yards / 170 meters; C3 231 yards / 211 meters; C4 386 yards / 353 meters

Small sample was made with Knerd String DK in the following colorways: Alpine Lake and Rhymes with Seal.
Medium sample was made with Knerd String DK in the following colorways: Shade 1 of 50, Peachy and Earthy.
Large sample was made with Knerd String DK in the following colorways: Circle in the Sand; Castlewood Canyon; Dandy, Lion and Inlet Trail.

Gauge 17 sts and 23 rows in stockinette stitch = 4 in/10 cm.

Needles Size US 8/5 mm, or size needed to obtain gauge. A circular needle format is required for working the brioche panels.

Finished Size
Small: 23 in/58 cm x 30 in/76 cm x 38 in/97 cm with a center depth of 18 in/46 cm
Medium: 32 in/ 81 cm x 45 in/114 cm x 55 in/140 cm with a center depth of 26 in/66 cm
Large: 40 in/102 cm x 57 in/145 cm x 69 in/175 cm with a center depth of 32 in/81 cm

Techniques
knit, purl, slipped stitches, increases and decreases including yo, m1L, p2tog, k2tog, and ssk.
Brioche Techniques
brioche knit, brioche purl, brioche increases and decreases including brpyobrp, and br4st dec.

Sources
This pattern uses the brioche terminology developed by Nancy Marchant. For more information, visit http://www.briochestitch.com/.

Errata
In versions prior to 1.1, in the Finishing Section, the final stitch count for the large shawl should be 163 stitches.
In versions prior to 1.2, the dimensions on the schematic did not match the finished sizes.
The first stitch in the first row of each Variation of Lace Chart A should be a knit stitch, not a slipped stitch.
The first stitch in the first row of the left edge chart B should be a purl stitch, not a slipped stitch.
In version 2.0, the description for the first symbol in the key for chart B should read:
brk on RS rows, brp on WS rows

The latest version of the pattern currently available is 3.0.

-Please note that the third version of the pattern has been reworked slightly to improve the “knittability” of the pattern without affecting the look of the pattern. If you have already started knitting a previous version of the pattern, please continue using that previous version of the pattern. The video resources included in version 3 may still prove useful, however.

Pattern has been professionally tech edited and tested.

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