Pena by Inês Sousa


Lace ?
24 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette st
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
0.6 mm
3.5 mm (E)
296 - 340 yards (271 - 311 m)
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Pena is a triangular shawl knitted from the middle back outwards to the edging. The main body is knitted both in Stockinette and in a fun bicolor Slip stitch pattern. A beautiful lace stitch, embellished with beads, has been added for the edging; creating an interesting effect due the opposite nature of the stitches employed.

More information:

Material needed: approx 219.2/252 m (239.7/275.6 yds) for MC and 270.8/311.4 m (296.1/340.5 yds) for CC of lace yarn; 2 markers; waste yarn; tapestry needle; pins for blocking, tool for beads (I used a crochet hook size 0.6 mm (14) and about 184 beads suitable for lace yarn

Pattern Style: Full – a mix of written instructions and charts are given.

Pattern Difficulty: Intermediate - skills required: slip tab Cast on (explained in the pattern), knitting, purling, increasing (Yo, M1R, M1L) decreasing (K2tog, Ssk, S2kp), slip stitches, basic lace knowledge, stretchy Bind-off (explained in the pattern), embellishment with beads (optional) and I provide a link.

Format Available: PDF

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