Designed by Rachel Brockman
There is nothing quite like a soothing, understated project. Written for two sizes, the Large version could double as a luxurious blanket and the smaller size is perfect for everyday wear. This body of the shawl is comprised mostly of a sea of seed stitch. Increases along the outer edges. It is constructed sideways from tip to tip, beginning and ending with just one stitch. The shawl is then finished with a more challenging applied lace border.
On rows 2 and 6 of Chain Lace Edging, the k2tog's are worked using the second loop of the double yarn over (from the previous row) and the following knit stitch.
Slip all stitches purlwise.
Wingspan: 44½ (84)"
Depth at center: 19½ (37¼")
Size Large shown
Fibra Natura Papyrus (78% cotton, 22% silk; 50g/131 yds)
• 229-14 Cerulean – 5 (9) balls
Needles: US Size 7 (4.5 mm) 40" circular or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch marker
18 sts x 30 rows = 4" in Seed Stitch
Save time, check your gauge.
Bird of Paradise Shawl Stick courtesy of Jul Designs.
04/20/2020 There were errors in the Chain Lace Edging written instructions that did not match the chart. Those changes have been made to correctly match the chart. Row 2 of the Edging section had a typo to correctly read: "Sl 1 wyib, work Row 2 of Chain Lace patt, turn work– 1 edge st consumed."