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Elizabeth Shawl


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  • Lace

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Elizabeth is top-down, triangular lace shawl with charming traditional Shetland stitch patterns and motifs, designed with a modern sensibility. A great shawl to showcase your favorite subtly-variegated, hand-dyed or tonal yarns, Elizabeth will also look stunning knitted in solid colors. Lace or fingering weight yarn is suggested for this pattern. Elizabeth is offered as a chart-only pattern with large, easy-to-read charts and very detailed instructions on how to use them. Even knitters who have not previously used charts should find these user-friendly and simple to comprehend. Also included are two additional instruction sheets "How to Block a Lace Shawl" and "Lace Shawl Knitting Tips" for knitters new to the joys and tribulations of creating lace shawls. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl Increase and decrease Familiarity with basic lace knitting Ability to work from charts or willingness to learn GAUGE Gauge is not really important in lace knitting, but the main shawl pictured was knitted at a gauge of 5 st = 1" blocked SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 36" x 72"

Supplies Needed

  • Approx. 780-880 yards of lace weight yarn. The shawls pictured used the following yarns:Dragonfly Fibers Squishy Lace, "Heroine" colorway for dark red shawl; Black Sheep Dyeworks Silk/Merino Lace "Moss Tonal" colorway for the green shawl
  • US #3 or US#4 circular needles, 32"
  • 2 sizes larger DPN needle to bind off (optional)

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Design by Dee
Design by Dee
Hi! I am a former professional guitarist who at least for now am very grateful to be designing full time. I made all my clothes and jewelry as a hippie girl many years ago, and had a little cottage industry of selling my handcrafts to friends in high school. I later turned to music and put down all the needles and hooks and soldering guns and whatnot for over 30 years. I picked up knitting again a few years ago, but really kicked into gear in earnest June 2008 when I used it as a quit smoking aid. And then I discovered lace and shawls.... and the rest is history, as they say. Thanks to everyone who has been kind enough to purchase my patterns and encourage my humble efforts. I am forever grateful to each and every one of you.