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NoFa Shawl

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NoFa is a light weight half-hexagon shawl knit from the top down, with flowing stockinette fabric to show off the fancy yarn and a very simple lace detail to break the monotony and give some visual interest. Playful bell ruffles form the bottom edge and give the shawl a romantic touch. The contrasting colour of the ruffles is slowly introduced with the use of fine stripes, so that the look and feel stays simple but refined. GAUGE Gauge Gauge is not essential for this project but will influence the finished size of the shawl. Tension after blocking: 16sts x 40rows in 10cm/4inches. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizing size after blocking: length 160 cm, 63 inches height 53 cm, 21 inches PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lana Grossa Lace Lux COLORWAY see materials

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn 2 skeins of Lana Grossa Lace Lux approximately 450 meters/ 500 yards of main colour (colourway 10) and 1 skein of Lana Grossa Lace Lux approximately 200 meters/ 220 yards of contrast colour (colourway 17) ...or you can substitute for any other light fingering weight yarn (at 339 yards/50gr)
  • Needles: 4mm/US6 circular needles (at least 80 cm/31" long) . Other: tapestry needle, stitch markers

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La Maison Rililie Designs
I am quite taken by any combination of stripes and I love it when colour seems to give a whole new and unexpected shape to a project. And I like to think out of the box when creating a new design. It’s always so satisfying to explore new and easier/practical ways of construction… like solving a puzzle! I am also very interested in everything related to seamless construction, not really because I hate seaming so much... it is just that knitting becomes much more interesting when it gets three-dimensional! It's almost sculpting with yarn!!!