DESCRIPTIONGet your bling on! Add a bit of pizazz to your accessory collection with a beaded shawl worked in luscious merino singles.
Fenberry Shawl is a festive fingering-weight crescent-shaped shawl featuring short rows, lace — and beads. The shawl is made with alternating sections of stockinette short-row wedges and an easy lace pattern. The sweeping short-row sections give an asymmetrical shape to the shawl.
A helpful stitch count cheat sheet is provided to help you stay on track and check off your progress row by row.
This pattern is written with both metric and US terminology. Both written and charted instructions are given for the eyelet pattern. The pattern includes a photo tutorial for placing beads with a crochet hook.
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- Wingspan: approx. 190 cm / 6’30”
- Depth: approx. 50 cm / 19¾”
- Kässäkerho Pom Pom Merino Singles (100% superwash merino, 366 m/100 g), 2 skeins. The sample is knitted in the colorway Karpalo.
- Or fingering-weight yarn, approx. 730 m / 800 yd
- 3.5 mm / US #4 long (80–100 cm / 32–40”) circular needle (or size needed to obtain gauge)
- 3.5 mm / US E/4 crochet hook and scrap yarn for provisional cast-on (optional)
- Spare needle
- 338 size 8/0 seed beads
- 0.6–0.75 mm / US #14 steel crochet hook for placing the beads
- Darning needle
- 23 sts × 29 rows = 10 cm / 4” in stockinette, blocked
- 21 sts × 25 rows = 10 cm / 4” in lace pattern, blocked