Eiffel Tower Shawl

from Natalie Servant Designs

Eiffel Tower Shawl Pattern

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Knitting: Eiffel Tower Shawl
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Shawl

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • single decreases (ssk, k2tog)
  • double decreases (sssk, k3tog)
  • lifted increases (m1)

Pattern Description:

This triangular shawl was inspired by lace-like details on the Eiffel Tower. It is a charted and written lace design, with lace knitting on every other row.

The shawl is knit from the top centre out, beginning with a tab cast on. As much of the body is stockinette, it is a fairly quick knit. Two repeats of the second chart can be done to increase the size from 3 arches to 5 arches.

The pattern includes stitches like yo, single decreases (ssk, k2tog) and triple decreases (sssk, k3tog), and lifted increases.

Schematic drawings to show the layout difference between the small & large shawls.

Gauge:

Lace weight: 30-32 st/34 rows in 4" stockinette
Fingering weight: 20st/30 rows in 4" stockinette

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small lace: 38" wide, 18" deep
  • Large lace" 82" wide, 41" deep
  • Small fingering: 52" wide, 27" deep

Materials:

  • 700 - 1250 yards lace / fingering weight yarn
  • Small lace shawl: 750 yds lace weight (e.g., Sundara Silk Lace)
  • Large lace shawl: 1100 yds lace weight
  • Small fingering shawl: 850 yds fingering weight

You Will Also Need:

  • darning needle
  • stitch markers
  • US4/3.5mm circular needle (for lace weight)
  • US6/4.0mm circular needle (for fingering weight)

About Designer

About Designer

NatalieServant on craftsy.com

I'm a lifelong crafter, but settled on knitting in university when I wanted sweaters but couldn't afford to buy them. My first knitting love was lace. I'm sure I'll keep returning to lace, but there are so many other fun techniques to explore as well!

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