Shifting Shores Shawl
This unique four-sided modular shawl is knitted in three shades of yarn from Mrs Lam Yarns and begins with a wide lace panel, incorporating extra stitches which transform into a fringed edge after the knitting is complete. Two garter stitch triangles are added to the sides of the lace panel and shaped using very simple short rows.
Mrs Lam Yarns, Skinny Solo and Giltzy Footsie
Skinny Solo (4 ply / fingering-weight; 366m / 400 yards per 100g skein; 100% superwash Merino)
Glitzy Footsie (4 ply / fingering-weight; 400m / 437 yards per 100g skein; 75% superwash Merino, 20% nylon, 5% bronze stellina)
1 x 100g skein of Skinny Solo in Sunny North Sea (MC)
1 x 50g skein of Glitzy Footsie in Sea Glass (CC1)
1 x 50g skein of Glitzy Footsie in Sweet & Sour (CC2)
NEEDLES & NOTIONS
4.5 mm / US 7 circular needle, 80 cm (32”) long (straight needles could also be used but you may prefer a circular needle to accommodate the large number of stitches for some sections)
2 stitch markers (plus 10 optional stitch markers), stitch holder or 30 cm of waste yarn, crochet hook (4.5 mm or smaller), tapestry needle & blocking pins (wires optional)
20 sts x 26 rows = 10 cm / 4” measured over lace patt in MC, before blocking
14 sts x 24 rows = 10 cm / 4” measured over lace patt in MC, after blocking
190 cm / 75” wide x 50 cm / 19.75” at deepest point
Pattern includes full written instructions, chart and written instructions for the lace panel, link to a video tutorial, photographs, a schematic and has been tech-edited, and tested.