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Endora Triangular Lace Shawl

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Made side-to-side, Endora is the perfect introduction to lace shawl knitting. The sample project measures approximately 34 x 80" after blocking but can easily be made smaller simply by beginning the decreases sooner. The pattern includes a resource guide--complete with technical illustrations--to make the knitting easy and fun. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Yarn over K2tog decrease GAUGE In the lace pattern, 18 sts and 24 rows = 4" unblocked 22 sts and 32 rows = 4" blocked; SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One size: 34 x 80" but the finished measurements are easy to customize! SUGGESTED YARN 875 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Koigu KPPPM COLORWAY P202

Supplies Needed

  • Fingering weight yarn, approximately 875 yards
  • Knitting needles, size 6 (4mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 24" Circular knitting needle, size 6 (4mm) or size needed to obtain gauge

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Melissa Leapman Designs
Melissa Leapman Designs
A widely-published designer, Melissa Leapman has published patterns in every premier needlecrafts publication in the country. Melissa is the author of several bestselling knitting and crocheting books. Recent titles are </i>Cables Untangled</i>, <i>Continuous Cables</i>, <i>Color Knitting the Easy Way</i>, <i>Mastering Color Knitting</i> and <i>Stashbuster Knits</i>. Her most recent book is <i>Knitting the Perfect Fit</i>, published by Random House/Potter Craft . It is a designer's exploration of how to use fully-fashioned shaping to create figure flattering sweaters. As a freelance designer, she has worked with leading ready-to-wear manufacturers and design houses in NYC. In addition, most American yarn companies commission Melissa to create designs to promote their new and existing yarns each season. She has been a featured guest on numerous television shows, is a popular guest blogger, and is the host of several Leisure Arts knitting and crocheting DVDs. Nationally, her workshops are popular with crafters of all levels.