Growing Lilies by Jen Peck

Growing Lilies

April 2018
yarn held together
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
420 - 620 yards (384 - 567 m)
Medium (Large) : Approximately 67(85)” long by 21(26)” wide, after blocking
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GROWING LILIES is a long, shallow triangular shawl, offered in two sizes and worked from end to end using luxurious wool, silk and mohair blend yarns to create a dreamy, delicate accessory. With an easy to remember lace motif and an intuitive pattern, this shawl provides an enjoyable and relaxing knitting experience with an impressive end result. It is the lace shawl for non-lace knitters, with clean edges, a modern shape and fuss-free design.

Two sizes: Medium (Large)

Approximately 67(85)” long by 21(26)” wide, after blocking

Light fingering weight, single ply yarn, approximately 420 (620) yards

Lace weight kid mohair and silk or nylon blend yarn, approximately 420 (620) yards.

Yarn is held double throughout.

Medium sample (cream) shown in The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers, Foxy Lady (70% superwash merino wool, 30% silk; 428 yards per 100g) and Mighty Mo (75% kid mohair, 25% nylon; 437 yards per 50g), both in “Wild Hearts Can’t be Broken”.

Large sample (pink) shown in Manos del Uruguay, Fino in “Havisham”, (70% wool, 30% silk; 490 yards per 100g) and Elann, Silken Kydd in “Ballerina Pink”, (70% super kid mohair, 30% silk; 232 yards per 25g).