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Knit Mohair Lace Shawl


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This shawl was insired by my love of high quality mohair yarn. My favorite is blended with silk for softness. This pattern was designed for knitters with different skill levels to succeed with this type of yarn, which can be challenging, but worth the effort The shawl is knit with a simple 2-row lace pattern. Choose from 3 different weights of yarn. The thicker the yarn, the faster and easier it will be to knit. Experienced knitters can choose lace weight mohair yarn (with silk!) to create a gossamer light-as-air, soft-as-a-cloud shawl that can also be worn as a scarf. Skill Building: This lace looks complex but is very easy to knit, so it is a great first lace stitch to try. The RS row is the lace row; the WS row is just purl. The challenge comes in working with the mohair yarn, which is very hard to rip. If this is your first experience with mohair, choose bulky weight. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cast on, k, p, k2tog, ssk, yo, bind off GAUGE 18 sts = 3" for lace weight 15 sts = 3" for worsted weight 11 sts = 3" for bulky weight in lace pattern stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Size: 18" wide x 48" long (or desired length) SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Shibui Silk Cloud COLORWAY Nude (pale pink)

Recommended with this pattern

  • lace weight mohair: 400 yds
  • OR worsted weight mohair: 360 yds
  • OR bulky weight mohair: 300 yds

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Evelyn Van Orden designs original knit and crochet patterns which are available here on Craftsy and also on her website and at fine yarn shops, Easy to Make. Elegant to Wear. Evelyn teaches knitting and crochet in Southern California and is available to teach nationally and internationally. She has 40 years of knitting, crochet, quilting, jewelry, teaching, and design experience. Evelyn offers a unique approach to instruction, giving students the tools and training to not only master techniques, but also unleash their own creativity and personalize their designs.