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Deep Water

by Sharon Mooney
$2 Tax included
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Contains:

  • Easy-to-Read Knitting Pattern with photos and illustration
  • US Imperial Measurement / Metric Measurement
  • Block shawl to a generous 60”/152.4cm along top edge, 57”/144.8cm along bottom edge, 1.5”/3.8cm deep at outer left edge, 20”/50.8cm deep at outer right edge.
  • Suitable for Intermediate Knitters


Description

For a limited time, I am pricing this lovely new pattern at only $2. This is a lovely, feminine, lacy, beaded long assymetrical shawl with a sexy scalloped bottom edge. It's easy to wear, not too difficult to knit. Full instructions are included for beading and how to read from the easy-to-read chart used for the lace. It is shaped with short rows (don't worry - they aren't difficult and complete instructions, including illustration for picking up the wraps!). I used Woolen Boon "Boon Classic" in Blueberry Jam, but you can use virtually any fingering (4-ply) weight.

This pattern is best for those knitters past the beginner stage.

Block shawl to a generous 60”/152.4cm along top edge, 57”/144.8cm along bottom edge, 1.5”/3.8cm deep at outer left edge, 20”/50.8cm deep at outer right edge.

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Materials you need at home:

  • One skein Woolen Boon “Boon Classic” (100% Superwash Merino, (435 yds/397.8m, 3.5 oz/100g), color Blueberry Jam - Fingering Weight
  • 32”/80cm size US 8/5mm circular knitting needles (used only for casting on)
  • 32”/80cm size US 6/4mm circular knitting needles
  • 24 Ring stitch markers
  • 49 Locking stitch markers
  • Yarn needle or large embroidery needle
  • 429 6/0 glass beads, Miyuki #407A (color deep opaque red)
  • Size US 13/14 steel crochet hook or smallest size Fleegle Beader
  • Scissors