Flowering Victorian Lace Wrap by Alexandra Gilligan-Cook

Flowering Victorian Lace Wrap

December 2020
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1270 - 1300 yards (1161 - 1189 m)
One size
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A romantic knitted lace wrap inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement of Victorian Britain. Intricate frost flower lace seamlessly blends into gently moving vines. The wrap is knitted in two pieces and then grafted together creating a fully symmetrical pattern, with beautiful textures and flowing edges across your wrists and a delicate scalloped edge through the main body of the shawl.

This pattern includes full written and charted instructions.

Techniques: Standard lace stitches, kitchener stitch

Requires: 1280 yards (1171m) of fingering/light fingering yarn. In Stroll Tonal from KnitPicks you will need 3 skeins.

You will also need size 6 US (4mm) straight needles, a tapestry needle and stich markers (optional).

You can find out more about the inspiration for this or any of my other patterns at www.kororaknits.ca