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DESCRIPTION

Sirimiri is Spanish for ‘light rain’. Droplets made with single decreases, double decreases, and yarnovers fall from above in this all-over lace shawl. Knit in a summery wool/linen blend, the triangle-shaped shawl makes a perfect light-weight accessory.

The shawl pattern comes in two sizes — written for one or two skeins of light fingering-weight yarn — along with instructions for adjusting the shawl size based on available yardage. The shawl is finished with an elastic bind-off with optional beads.

Both written and charted instructions are provided for the lace pattern that takes a fair bit of concentration; the ability to read your knitting is recommended. The pattern is written with both metric and US terminology.

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SIZES

  • Smaller [Larger] + adjustable

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

  • Wingspan: approx. 165 [220] cm / 65 [86]" (or adjustable)
  • Depth: approx. 60 [80] cm / 23½ [31½]" (or adjustable)

MATERIALS

Yarn

  • Kässäkerho Pom Pom Linnea Light (70% organic wool, 30% linen, 466 m/100 g, 510 yd/3.53 oz), 1 [2] skeins in the colorway Muste
  • Or light fingering-weight yarn, approx. 465 [780] m / 510 [855] yd

Needles

  • 3.5 mm / US #4 long (80–100 cm / 32–40") circular needle (or size needed to obtain gauge)

Notions

  • 3.5 mm / US E/4 crochet hook and spare yarn or spare needle for provisional cast-on (optional, depending on cast-on method used)
  • 2 stitch markers + 1 removable stitch marker
  • 171 [231] size 6/0 or 8/0 seed beads for the bind-off (optional)
  • 0.6–0.75 mm / US #14 steel crochet hook or bead threader (optional)
  • Darning needle

GAUGE

  • 18 sts × 23 rows = 10 cm / 4" in the lace pattern, blocked

TECHNIQUES USED

The pattern uses the following techniques: garter tab cast-on, lace, an elastic bind-off, and placing beads in knitting. The pattern assumes the ability to work a provisional cast-on; references are given for a few alternatives. Ability to work lace from a chart is recommended but written instructions are also provided for the lace pattern.

REFERENCES


Yarn for this pattern was generously provided by Kässäkerho Pom Pom.
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