The body of the shawl is simple stockinette stitch, but there’s a girly lace section on the side. It’s made as a triangular shawl, but the extra increases modify its shape into a heart. This modification makes the shawl easier to wear and adds a bit of extra interest.
Ready, Steady, Go Collection contains 3 shawl patterns that are especially designed for beginner lace knitters to help to understand and practice lace knitting techniques. The best way to learn knit them after each other.
Ready is the first, simplest one.
Steady is the second one, even if it looks more complicated.
Go is the third, most complicated one - between these three - because is is not a complicated lace pattern either.
You can get the three pattern together in the collection for discounted price.
S (L). Finished size after blocking: 36 (50) x 110 (154) cm. Shown in size S.
Difficulty, skills needed:
300 (570) m / 328 (623) yards fingering weight yarn.
3 mm (US 2.5) circular needle, at least 100 cm (40”) long (or any size that gives you the right gauge).
Yarn used for sample:
Soft Rainbow Yarns Trilogie, 400 meter (437 yards) / 100 g, 75% wool, 15% silk, 10% linen
tapestry needle, 4 stitch markers.
20 sts x 37 rows in 10 cm (4 inches) in stockinette st.