Treboul is where I learned to sail when I was a kid. I designed this light shawl thinking of fresh breezes at sea, salty air, dangerous rocks and wild coasts afar off
The shawl is worked in one piece from side to side. It is knitted in garter stitch with a very simple lace pattern and a raspberry stitch pannel. It is suitable for a beginner at lace knitting.
GAUGE 4’’ / 10 cm = 18 stitches X 20 rows in garter stitch
FINISHED DIMENSIONS Width : 16,5’’/ 42 cm Length : 44’’/ 102 cm (both are adjustable)
- Detailed written instructions
- Tips to change the size of your shawl
Materials you need at home:
- 100 grams = 490 yards / 450 meters 1 skein of Manos del Uruguay Fino or equivalent 4 ply yarn
- US 6 / 4 mm needles or size needed to obtain gauge
- A crochet (for fringes)
Solène Le Roux
My name is Solène, I live in Paris and I’ve been designing knitwear for over two years. I self-publish throug Ravelry and Makerist and I have three design to be published in third-party publications (Knit Picks, Knit Now and Holla Knits).
Crafts are for me a family tradition. My grandmother was a profesional dressmaker and I spent my childhood playing with spools of thread and fabric. My mother is more a knitter, and she is the one who taught me how to knit when I was a kid.