Setting the stage shawl
"Setting the stage" shawl!
It is a great name for this crescent shaped shawl as you are constantly increasing in rows of Stockinette stitches to then finally setting the stage to a spectacular, yet easily knitted lace border.
Blocked size: Span of 84” in the bottom lace section, 17” in height, including the 4” height lace portion.
The pattern is written and has a lace chart.
Knit kits include
- Used here a brand new color way called "Heartbeat" in the Yarnology skein with 7 changes in colors, textures and weight in 34 yards each portions. 238 yards in total.
- Plus 1 skein of Bambolino, a sport weight bamboo/cotton/linen blend for the lace section. 165 yards a skein.
- The printed and emailed pattern
- A white organza project bag
US size 10 (6 mm) circular needle 40” (101 cm) in length
23 Stitch markers (trust me, you want them)
Darning needle or crochet hook for finishing
You may need a larger needles size, as I am a loose knitter. A gauge swatch will reassure you about the needle size needed for you.
13 sts and 19 rows in 4” of Stockinette stitch, unblocked.
Level of Expertise: Adventurous Beginner/Intermediate