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Lois Crescent Shaped Shawlette & Shawl


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Skills Needed

  • Eyelet
  • Lace
  • Seamless
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

Lois is a pretty top-down crescent shaped shawl with a stylish lace hem. The St St component makes this the perfect on-the-go project to have in your bag at all times and the pretty lace edge and picot bind off gives the shawl its Wow factor. This pattern is written in three sizes; Shawlette (medium shawl, large shawl) but also includes full clear instructions of how to make this shawl in any size you wish simply by working more/less rows of St St. The sizes given in the pattern are for a shawl with Wingspan: 52" (58", 64") Depth 15" (18", 21") The Medium size is pictured. Yarn requirements (approximate): 355 (485, 575) metres. The pattern is fully charted (no row-by-row written instructions) The pictured shawl was made with a lace weight yarn using 3.25mm needles giving a St St gauge of 26 Sts to 4" after blocking. However, gauge is not at all important for this project. This shawl would work well with any weight yarn, the most important thing to pay attention to is how dense the St St section is after blocking - you don't want this to look too dense or too loose. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic Lace GAUGE 26 Sts to 4" using 3.25mm needles in St St after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Shawlette (medium shawl, large shawl) Wingspan: 52" (58", 64") Depth 15" (18", 21")

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3.25mm Circular needle approx 80cm long

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Suzie Sparkles Designs
I'm an Indie Knitting Pattern designer passionate about designing cute, vintage inspired children's-wear patterns. I design a whole range of garments in varying levels of difficulty to suit beginner knitters who'd like to try knitting a simple lace cardigan right up to intricate charted lace patterns to keep even the most experienced knitters on their toes! I'm also passionate about making my patterns as affordable as possible - giving very generous discounts (if I do say so myself....!) for purchasing multiple patterns in the form of E-books, and always trying to give multiple sizes and a few different sleeve options so your pattern will last you all year round for years to come! There's something for everybody in the Suzie Sparkles Range - come and have a browse today!