- suitable for advanced
- instructions including knitting chart
- size variable from scarf to stole
This shawl is named after the “Rote Zora” because of its fire red color. The “Rote Zora” is the heroine of a youth book romance by Kurt Held. As an orphan in Croatia she has to live together with her cronies on the street. The story has arisen after a journey by the author, in which he processes his experiences with street children..
This pattern is classically elegant and can be varied in width, from scarf to stole.
You will receive at purchase a manual over 5 pages, in which a knitting chart is included. The first rows are in addition, for the lighter start, recorded in writing.
What should you be able to?
•casting on •purl •knit •yarn over •left decreases •right decreases •cable
The lace pattern is not suitable for beginners. There should be knowledge in dealing with lacewool.