Summer Linen Shawl - by Kat Archer Description
Designed for Twisted by Kat Archer of Bullseye Knits
A simple lace shawl is the ideal “little something” for summer evenings when there’s a light breeze or just that hint of coolness in the air. Wonderful in linen, cotton, or bamboo, this simple lace pattern can be knit as a scarf, wrap, or shawl in either worsted or DK weight yarn.
This item is a full-color, double-sided printed copy of the pattern in a plastic sleeve. The pattern is also available as an electronic download on Ravelry.
Approximate, for scarf [stole, shawl], use either
Worsted: 240 [480, 720] yards / 220 [440, 660] meters. Shown in stole width in Lang Lino, color 06 Periwinkle. OR
DK: 280 [560, 840] yards / 260 [520, 780] meters. Shown in scarf width in Ella Rae Cozy Bamboo, color 35 Kiwi.
For working flat, use either
Worsted: US 8 / 5 mm (or size to get gauge) OR
DK: US 6 / 4 mm (or size to get gauge)
In stockinette stitch after blocking, aim for either
Worsted: 19 sts = 4”/10 cm OR
DK: 21 sts = 4”/10 cm
Approximate, after blocking. Garment will stretch longer and thinner as you wear it, so start out by blocking it to near its maximum possible width.
Sizes = scarf [stole, shawl]
Length = all sizes 60”/152 cm
Width = Worsted: 10 [16, 22]”/ 25 [40, 56] cm OR
DK: 7 [12, 17]” / 18 [30, 43] cm
Advanced beginner (basic lace)