This shawl designed by Hélène Marcy is inspired by ancient Shetland shawls, with a central square framed by two borders. A modern knitting method allows it to be knitted in a single piece, without seams, on a long circular needle.
This is a project for patient, experienced knitters, the result is really worth your time. You can wear it in mul- tiple ways, folded in a triangle, as a scarf or stole.
This shawl is knitted with 3.25mm / US3, 150 cm needles and requires a 3mm hook for the provisional mintage.
Confirmed level: Patience and experience are needed for this shawl but it is worth it.
Size after blocking: 110 cm x 110 cm
To get the pattern on Ravelry please follow this link: Rouge
The kit contains:
~The amount of yarn needed to make it in 100g and 250m skeins of Crewel Lace