MeShawl by Alessandra Gropazzi


February 2021
all 3 are used in this pattern
yarn held together
+ Lace
+ Lace
= Lace ?
22 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in Mesh pattern
US 4 - 3.5 mm
2.5 mm
525 yards (480 m)
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Inspirations are everywhere.
You can find them also walking along a well known street even if you had never caught them before!
… suddenly an old stretched mesh metal plate gets a completely new meaning!

MeShawl is worked from lower edge to top using increasing short rows. Featured by an original mesh lace repeat that makes it both adaptable in size and reversible.

1 cone of Shio by ITO yarns (100% wool; 480 m/525 yds per 40g cone).
Shown in color 442/black.
2 cones of Tetsu by ITO yarns (61% silk and 39% stainless steel; 246 m/269 yds per 15g cone). Shown in color 173/black.
2 cakes of Sensai by ITO yarns (60% mohair and 40% silk; 240 m/262 yds per 20gr cake). Shown in color 337/lime.
Final yarn weight is lace.
Being an adjustable shawl, they will be used almost completely.
The yardage (525 yds/480 m) is meant for each yarn used.
If made with other different yarn, yardage and dimensions might change.
80 cm 3,5 mm/31” US 4 circular needle
Other notions
Hook US C/2.5mm, markers, tapestry needle, measure tape, scissors, blocking aids.

Approximately 22 sts by 18 rows in 10 cm/4” in mesh pattern with the three threads held together after blocking.
Gauge is not crucial for this shawl.

Finished measurements
After blocking approx. 210 cm/83 inches from side to side and 52 cm/20 inches from top to bottom at deepest point.

In the instructions is shown step by step how to block the shawl.

Cast on with crochet hook.
(There is also available a video showing how to do it).

Skill level: advanced beginner
Hours to complete: approx 40
Pattern Style: written, video showing crochet-chain cast on and mesh pattern.

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