A simple, yet fun, shawl(with Sport, DK, Fingering and Lace yarn weight options), adorned with 2 handmade (by you!) tassels and a few beads. It’s the perfect project to experiment with basic, mindless lace.
In summer, as much as in winter or fall, we always need a shawl: a sudden breeze or a cool night and we are happy to pull out of our purse a light but warm shawl to make everybody go Oooooohhhhhh!
Have fun knitting thisquick, entertaining shawl!
Play with colours, beads, and tassels: go bold, enjoy it!
Skills Needed Casting-on (garter tab cast on, fully explained), knitting, purling, basic increases and decreases, basic lace
Gauge 10 cm / 4”, in garter stitch, once severely wet blocked
Lace version: 22 sts and 34 rows
Fingering version: 22 sts and 28 rows
Sport version: 19 sts and 30 rows
DK version: 16 sts and 28 rows
Finished measurement, Lace (Fingering, Sport, DK version) Wingspan 187 (138, 122, 132) cm / 73.5 (54, 48, 52)”, depth at longest point 53 (40, 30, 30) cm / 21 (15.75, 12, 12) “, after severe wet blocking
Lace version: 520 m (568 yd) of Lace yarn,260 m (284 yd) for each colour.
Fingering version: 320 m (350 yd) of Fingering yarn,160 m (175 yd) for each colour.
Sport version: 300 m (328 yd) of Sport yarn,150 m (164 yd) for each colour.
DK version: 284 m (310 yd), of DK yarn,142 m (155 yd), for each colour.
Needle, Sport version (DK, Fingering, Lace) 4 mm, US size 6 (4.5 mm, US size 7) 100 cm40”circular needles, or size to obtain correct gauge
Tapestry needle to weave in ends
Embroidery needle to make tassels
6 or more beads in the colour of your choice
2 cotton tassels in the colour of your choice (tutorial provided)