Chiroptera Shawl - Intermediate Project
Pronunciation: kīˈräptərə, meaning Bat
A bit of an avant-garde style~
This very striking shawl when laid flat truly reminds one of a bat.
Hence the name.
How to Style Video link and Photo Gallery included!
The wrap is worked flat from corner to corner and flat. The very last lace section can be used as a built-in closure. Simply feed the skinny opposite end through any of the lace openings, literally. A fast and truly fun knit!
Measurements: Soft blocked 55” in length and 26” at its widest point.
Level of Expertise: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate
Knit kit includes:
Yarn: Canyon by Mary Gavan, 2 skeins. 410 yards used. The emailed pattern is included in this kit, therefore free.
US size 5 (3.75mm) circular needle 29” in length.
US size 10 (6 mm) circular needle 29” in length.
Gauge: 16 sts and 14 ridges in 4” of Garter stitch, counting the ridges.
A big thank you to my Editor Kathy Berkel and all test knitters!
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