Designed by Rachel Brockman
This open and airy shawlette makes the most of a mere 50 grams of yarn. The stitch pattern is easily memorized and would make this a great project for the beginner lace knitter. The Hyacinth Shawlette is worked flat from the top down. The wings of the shawl mirror one another.
Please note that this shawl takes up an entire ball of yarn. Accurate gauge is crucial to ensure you do not run out of yarn. After obtaining gauge, unravel your swatch and use it for the shawl. If you are worried about running out of yarn, you can reduce the number of rows, taking care to work the last four rows in garter stitch. If in doubt, you may wish to purchase an additional ball of yarn.
Depth at Center: 18”
Fibra Natura Cashmere Lusso (50% virgin cashmere wool, 50% recycled cashmere wool; 50g/246 yds)
• 10119 Barlume – 1 skein
Needles: US Size 7 (4.5 mm) 24” circular or longer or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Stitch markers, tapestry needle
20 sts x 24 rows = 4” in Left or Right Lace patt
There was an error at row 55 of the original pattern that threw off the stitch count for the remainder of the pattern. It has been corrected as follows:
Rows 55-98: Rep Rows 7-50 – 88 sts inc’d, 207 sts.
Row 99: K3, sl m, yo, knit to m, yo, sl m, k1, sl m, yo, knit to m, yo, sl m, k3 – 4 sts inc’d, 211 sts.
Row 100: Knit.
Rows 101-102: Rep Rows 99-100 – 4 sts inc’d, 215 sts. Bind off all sts kwise.