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Adoro is triangular shaped lace shawl, worked traditionally, from the centre neck outwards. The pattern gives the option to use sock/fingering weight yarn (green sample, approx 440yd / 400m required) or lace weight yarn (red sample, approx 880yd / 800m required), as well as optional beads to be added on the last border. The shawl may be worked on straight or circular needles. The pattern is comprehensive, with: written instructions, charted instructions, tips on binding off, blocking and bead placement. Full Colour PDF document spanning 7 pages (black & white printer compatible) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl Provisional Cast-On Knit Flat Lace Single Decreases - ssk, k2tog Double Decreases - s2k1psso, k3tog, sssk Picking up stitches from Provisional Cast-On GAUGE 5sts = 4" / 10cm after blocking, laceweight 6.5sts = 4" / 10cm after blocking, sock weight SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 50 wide by 25 tall / 125cm wide by 63cm tall (blocked) - laceweight shawl 30 wide by 15 / 76cm wide by 38cm tall (blocked) - sockweight shawl

Recommended with this pattern

  • Baruffa Cashwool (laceweight) 1200m per skein, 1 skein (double stranded),
  • Babylonglegs SemiPrecious (sock weight), 440m per skein
  • US 5 / 3.75mm for laceweight yarn

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Spanish-born Ruth Garcia-Alcantud has been immersed in fashion from an early age and professionally designing knitwear for the last several years. With an attention for finishing and embellishing, she pairs elegant shapes with bright color and detail to stand the test of changing fashions. Her aim is to make you look amazing effortlessly. She has been published by Vogue Knitting, Twist Collective and Interweave. You can read her blog and browse her patterns at rock+purl When not designing or teaching, Ruth reads biographies, cooks and learns about photography from her home in West Sussex, UK. Join the rock+purl Ravelry group for updates on releases, discussions and questions/answers about the rock+purl patterns!!