Sevillanas Shawl by Cathy Briscoe

Sevillanas Shawl

Knitting
May 2013
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
460 - 640 yards (421 - 585 m)
1/2 Circle, 2/3 Circle or 3/4 Circle
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Sevillana is a Flamenco style of dance. The shawl reminded me of the ruffled dress and lace mantilla worn when performing. This pattern provides you with three options for working a 1/2 (2/3 or 3/4) circle shawl. Select the size based on the drape you want. The shawl begins with a tab start at the center back neck edge. I recommend using a variegated yarn with long color runs such as Zauberball Sock, Kauni, Poems Sock or Noro Kyreyon sock yarn.

Yarn Requirements - Fingering weight yarn @ 230 yards per 50 gr.
As pictured in the first photo:
1/2 circle - 100 grams (460 yds) Pictured on right with 1 ball Zauberball Sock Yarn (100g/460yds) #1564.
2/3 circle - 125 grams (550 yds) Pictured on left Noro Kyreyon Sock (100g/462yds) #40.
3/4 circle - 150 grams (640 yds) Pictured center with 1 ball (50g/231yds) Palette Opal Heather/ 1 skein (100g/459yds) Poems Sock Pumpkin Patch.
Two color options: - Variegated color (A) 290 (360/ 410) yards, solid color (B) 185(210/230) yards.
Note: The border section will use at least 1/2 of your yarn supply.

The pattern instructions are mostly written with the lace section charted.