Waveline Shawl

pattern price: $4.99

Oh lovely lace! Waveline Shawl features several repeats of Crest of the Wave Lace, a simple and straightforward lace pattern that looks anything but! A variation of famous Scallop Lace, Crest of the Wave Lace produces a delicate open pattern, which, combined with a striking crescent shape makes for one eye catching shawl. Waveline Shawl is worked from the bottom up with short rows to create the crescent shape. Knit in a yummy hand-dyed fingering weight, Waveline Shawl is a sweet cover-up for a cool summer night and would also keep your neck toasty worn as a scarf in Winter. The pattern comes in written instructions with a chart.

SIZE: One size.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Length along top AFTER BLOCKING: 56 inches or 142cm.
Depth from top edge to center of bottom edge AFTER BLOCKING: 17 inches or 43cm.
Depth from top edge on side edge AFTER BLOCKING: 9.5 inches or 24cm.

GAUGE: 14 sts/22 rows = 4 x 4" (10 x 10cm) in stockinette stitch AFTER BLOCKING.

MATERIALS: Fingering weight wool blend or 100% wool yarn, approximately 440yds (402m), 1 US #7/4.5mm circular needle of 29” (40cm) in length or longer or size needed to obtain gauge, 1 darning needle.

YARN USED TO MAKE SHAWL PICTURED: Knit Picks Stroll Tonal Sock [75% merino wool, 25% nylon; 462yds/422m per 100g]; color: Canopy; 1 skein.

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