The inspiration for this simplest of lace shawls are the glorious variegated, hand-dyed yarns that just beg to be shown off in a beautiful knitted project. How often does one of those hanks find its way into your stash? It just HAS to come back home with you, even if you have no idea what it wants to be yet. Faerly is your answer for hanks like that.
The entire shawl only takes 100 gr of yarn. Knitted on 6 mm needles, it is the simplest of shawl patterns.
Very suitable as a first lace project, or a stunning gift!
Measurements: varies depending on the yarn used.When using Koigu 4-ply, the shawl has a wing-span of 164 cm (64 in) and a drop of 79 cm (31 in)
Materials: any 4-ply yarn (the shawl in the picture was knit using Koigu KPPPM (2 x 50 gr hanks)
Metreage: approx. 350 m.
Tension: (approx.) 12.5 sts and 20 rows measure 10 x 10 cm. in stocking stitch
Notions: one set of 6.0 mm straight needles or a 6.0 mm circular needle (60 cm or longer)
Optional: 4 stitch markers
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