Ready Shawl

Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.
Ready Shawl knitting pattern from Soft Rainbow Designs - designed for learn lace knit.

Ready Shawl

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This shawl is a traditional triangular shawl. It’s written in one size only, but the structure of the shawl allows to knit custom size by playing with the repeats. The broken lace sections are easy to knit and the stockinette sections allow you to rest.

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By separating lace panels you’ll understand the pattern and the effect of each used technique easier.

This collection is designed with the very special aim to show how easy lace can be. The three patterns drive you through every common technique an average lace shawl requires. It shows you the most simple shapes, the typical increases and decreases, the basics of blocking and every detail that made you anxious before.
If you are new to lace, this collection is made for you.


Size: 

110x47cm

Difficulty, skills needed: 

Beginner

Yarn used: 

Handdyed by Softrainbow High Twist (400 m/ 100 g, 80% merino, 20 % nylon), 312 m (78g).

Recommended yarn: 

380 – 400 m (415-440 yards) / 100 g fingering weight yarn.

Needles: 

3.75 mm (US 5) circular needle, at least 100 cm (40”) long (or any size that gives you the right gauge).

Notions: 

tapestry needle, 4 stitch markers.

Gauge:

19 sts x 40 rows in 10 cm (4 inches) in stockinette st. Please note that in this particular project getting the right gauge is not essential. However, working with different yarnweight / gauge will effect both the yardage and the final size of the project as well.