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One pattern, two dramatically different textures.

The right side of the fabric is a stylized version of mesh netting or basketweave . The wrong side presents an elegant diamond design with intersection points that appear wrapped.

The lace pattern begins immediately after cast-on eliminating the need for an edging as the lace works as buttonholes. For those wishing to retain maximum flexibility, using JUL Designs Pedestal Button is an excellent option.

This is a companion piece to Interlace Shawl.

Skills Required:
  • Working Lace
  • Working with Charts
  • Blocking

Sizes Available: Cowl (Scarf, Shoulder Wrap, Shawl)
Finished Size (blocked): 12 (12, 17.5, 21)”/30.5 (30.5, 44.5, 53.5) cm wide by 25 (68.5, 38.5, 72)”/ 63.5 (173.5, 98, 183) cm long

Other Tools:
  • Buttons, minimum size 1.25” (4 - optional)
  • Sewing needle and unwaxed dental floss to attach buttons
  • Tapestry needle

Yarn: 121 (400, 327, 654) yards/111 (366, 300, 597) of mohair/wool blend super bulky yarn that knits up to 2.25 sts/inch.

Shown In: Both samples were knit using 3 strands of worsted weight yarn held together.

Grey Cowl: Bare Naked Wools ‘Chebris Worsted’, (220 yards/201 meters; 60% merino wool, 40% mohair wool; 4.0 oz/115 grams per skein). 2 skeins of Charbon.

Red Shawl: Misti Alpaca ‘Tonos Worsted’, (218 yards/199 meters; 50% merino wool, 50% alpaca; 3.53 oz/100 grams per skein). 9 skeins of TW57 Vino Fusion.

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