Welded Lace Shawl by Moon Eldridge

Welded Lace Shawl

Knitting
March 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in body patt on smaller needle.
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
778 yards (711 m)
56" wide along upper edge and 28" tall at center point.
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The Welded Lace Shawl combines knitting intrigue with a dash of lace and some fun fibers. Sections of gray stockinette stitch are connected with a textured mohair stripe to create this great summer shawl. It’s worked back and forth in rows from the center neck down and outward to the points.

Difficulty Intermediate

Yarn Weight 4, 2

Finished Size 56” wide along upper edge and 28” tall at center point.

Yarn Rowan Cotton Cashmere (85% cotton, 15% cashmere; 137 yd 125 m/1¾ oz 50 g): #225 stormy sky (gray; MC), 4 skeins. Rowan Kidsilk Haze (70% mohair, 30% silk; 230 yd 210 m/7⁄8 oz 25 g): #582 trance (teal; CC), 1 ball. Yarns distributed by Sirdar USA.

Needles Sizes 6 (4 mm) and 7 (4.5 mm): 32” circular (cir). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.

Notions Markers (m); size G/6 (4 mm) crochet hook; waste yarn for provisional CO; tapestry needle.

Gauge 17 sts and 28 rows = 4” in body patt on smaller needle.

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Notes

  • This shawl is worked back and forth in rows from the center neck down and outward to the points. A circular needle is used to accommodate a large number of stitches.

  • Rows 19–34 are worked multiple times. Each time through these rows, the number of repeats of the pattern and the stitch counts change. Read the set of numbers that corresponds to the number of times you’ve worked the rows. For example, “k10, make cocoon 1 (2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10) time(s)” means that on the first time through the repeated rows, you make 1 cocoon. On the second time through, you make 2 cocoons. On the last time through, you make 10 cocoons. (This notation is usually used for different sizes in a pattern; in this case, it’s being used for the different repeats.)

  • Carry the main color up the side of the work when not in use and bring it under the contrasting color to begin working with it again.

Video tutorial for “make cocoon”
https://youtu.be/rNPUPoSAmlw

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