The Effervescent Shawl is a breezy, every-season shawl that’s casual enough to wear every day and pretty enough to dress you up at night, depending on how you drape it.
It’s got some spicy stitches in the border, and some sweet stockinette to finish it off. It’s about an Intermediate in terms of techniques. If you’ve never knit a p2tog tbl before, watch out for my quick tutorial video, coming very soon.
It’s knit from the bottom, lacy edge up. Because you’ll be decreasing up towards the top centre back as you go, there are only a couple stitches at the end for casting off.
Instructions are both charted AND written.
Shown in Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino
You will need
300 m / 120 g White (3 balls)
150 m / 60 g Coral (2 balls)
250 m / 100 g Light Blue (2 balls)
OR, you can use any sport- or baby-weight yarn
Wingspan: 62” blocked
Spine: 30.5” blocked
Needles: Size 6 US (4 mm) long circular needle for knitting back and forth.
- Lace increasing & decreasing
- Sewing in ends
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