Lady Moth Shawl - hand-knitting version by Foldi knit

Lady Moth Shawl - hand-knitting version

Knitting
April 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
634 yards (580 m)
one size
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This pattern is available for $5.00.

HAND-KNITTING VERSION

Machine-knitting version is available here in pdf.

The Lady Moth Shawl pattern was designed for the first birthday of my blog.
The name is came from the the fly-like motif of the lace edging.
The shawl is knitted sideways as one piece along with the unique lace border.
This is a long and narrow scarf – shawl – shoulderette, its strange elongated half-circle shape is formed with short rows. You can use it as a wrap - to warm your shoulder or like an ordinary scarf around your neck. Ideal accessory for the cold evenings.

YARDAGE
fingering - 4 ply: Lang Jawoll Superwash (210m / 50g) – 580m
sport - 5ply: Barka Lovag (175m / 50g) – 670m
DK - 8ply: Barka Pehely (124m / 50g) – 750m

NEEDLES
fingering - 4 ply: 3.5mm (US 4)
sport - 5ply: 3.5mm (US 4)
DK - 8ply: 5mm (US 8)

FINISHED MEASUREMENT
(knitted with one repeat section, measured across the widest part)
fingering - 4 ply: 40cm x 210cm (15,7“ x 82,5”)
sport - 5ply: 37cm x 200cm (14,5“ x 78,7”)
DK - 8ply: 56cm x 218cm (22“ x 85,8”)

TOOLS
Tapestry needle, T-pins, blocking wire (optional)