Easy Lace Shawl Knitting Pattern - Emilia Wrap
The Emilia shawl is an easy lace shawl. Garter stitch and simple grid lace sections are alternated to give a timeless sophistication to this simple shawl. Both ends are worked in a triangle shape, finished with a chunky tassel.
Throw it over a cute dress on a cold summer evening or wear it as a big chunky scarf during the colder months. The simple design makes it the perfect accessory for any outfit and time of yearn
/PATTERN DETAILS • The shawl is 21” / 53.5 cm wide and 76” / 193 cm total length (excluding tassels). • Easy • Worked from tip to tip • Techniques used / Special stitches: Full explanations are given in the pattern.
/MATERIALS • US 10 / 6 mm knitting needles. • 5 skeins worsted weight LionBrand Wool Ease (80% acrylic, 20% wool, 197yd / 180m, 3oz/80g) in Antler colorway. • Tapestry needle to weave in the ends. • 5 in. / 12.5 cm square of cardboard • 1 stitch marker
- Imperial and metric
- worked from tip to tip
- easy lace made out of eyelets
Materials you need at home:
- US 10 / 6 mm knitting needles
- 5 skeins worsted weight yarn
- Tapestry needle
- 5 in. / 12.5 cm square of cardboard
- 1 stitch marker
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