This generously sized triangular wrap is worked in one piece from just a few cast on stitches, and increases are worked along one edge to create a modern asymmetric triangle. Reminiscent of colours moving across a painter’s brush, the lace pattern is very simple, using only basic stitches, which makes it perfect for the beginner lace-knitter and an easy and quick-to-knit project.
Included in your kit is the following:
(1) PDF pattern sent via email to Ravelry library
(2) 3 skeins Serenity 20 or Superfine Fingering or Superfine Glitter
151⁄2”/39.5 cm tall and 63”/160 cm wide, blocked. (Shawl body measures 14”/35.5 cm tall and 611⁄2”/156.25 cm wide with a 3⁄4”/2 cm linen stitch border on all sides.)
US 3 3.25 mm circular needle, 47”/120 cm
US 5 3.75 mm circular needle, 47”/120 cm
or size to obtain gauge
20 sts and 39 Rows = 4”/10 cm square in garter stitch, unblocked.
18 sts and 39 Rows = 4”/10 cm square in garter stitch, blocked.
Serenity 20: 70/20/10 sw superfine merino/cashmere/nylon | approx. 400 yards | fingering weight
Superfine Finering: 90/10 sw superfine merino/nylon | approx. 400 yards | fingering weight
Superfine Glitter: 90/10 sw superfine merino/sparkling nylon | approx. 400 yards | fingering weight
(all yarn types are spun the same and are completely interchangeable with each other)
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