This top down shawl is worked as a semi-circular design.
The body of the shawl is worked from the bottom increasing symmetricaly at every side of the shawl.
The lace border is worked after the body with picking up yarn overs. This method was used for the lace shawls of the Shetland Islands or for the Estonian lace shawls.
The shawl’s size is easily adaptable
Size 1m62 long and 42cm wide
Gauge 19 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch
- High-Quality Knitting Model
Materials you need at home:
- A 36'' (100cm) US5 (3.75mm) circ needle
- A36'' (100cm) US7 (4.5mm) circ needle
- A0.6 or1mm crochet hook
- A 4.5mm crochet hook
- A tapestry needle
- 20g of6° beads
Mother of three, I have been immersed in creative pursuits from a young age. I like to knit, spin, sew, dye, cook and many other things. For several years now, I have added pattern creation to this list. I relish completing every step, and it's a real challenge which allows me to keep progressing and improving every day.