Sunday, December 4

Paw Prints Shawl

Paw Prints Shawl is a slightly asymmetrical triangle shawl.When worn the point in the back is off set to the side. This shawl features a cats paw lace pattern worked in columns. The shawl grows along one edge with each row you knit. It's a simple four row lace pattern.

pictured shawl was knit with one 100 gram ball of Poems Sock yarn in the Pulsar colorway. The long colorways in this yarn work well with the vertical lace pattern. It would also look good worked in a solid color. Blocked, the sample shawl measured 64" along the top/neckline edge, 40" along the side x 50" along the bind off edge.

You'll need 100 grams (about 462) yards of light fingering or heavy lace weight yarn for this shawl with a size 5 (3.75 mm) circular knitting needle.

The shawl can be made with any weight of yarn with needles one or two sizes larger than recommended on the yar
n label. Remember, the amount of yarn you will need will change.

The pattern includes both written instructions and a lace chart.

The 3 page pattern can be found in my Ravelry pattern store.

Have fun!

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Stella Jones said...

I love shawls and this is a very pretty one.

AdrieneJ said...

How cool! I sat here looking at the first photo and wondered how you got the striping to go like that, but the second photo really shows it well. Very, very clever!