Need a breezy, interesting project for summertime? The Sea Glass Shawl features some relaxing stockinette stripes and some fun lace — both charted AND written. Knitting it from the bottom up means the cast off is almost nonexistent. And the lovely, drapey CotLin yarn creates a shawl that’s perfect wear for summer evenings, breezy adventures, and sipping iced coffee on the patio. It looks great in two colours or three.
The Sea Glass Shawl is also a part of Knit Picks’ CotLin 2014 Collection ebook and book.
Shown in Knit Picks CotLin DK (70% cotton, 30% linen; 123 yards / 50 grams) in colours Gosling, Celery, and Sagebrush. Also shown in Knit Picks Cotlin DK in Swan and Blackberry.
A: 2 balls Gosling (stripes)
B: 2 balls Celery (stripes)
C: 1.25 – 2 balls Sagebrush (for lace panel)
Or any DK-weight yarn in these amounts:
A: 246 yards / 100 grams (stripes)
B: 246 yards / 100 grams (stripes)
C: 155 yards / 63 grams (for lace panel)
Wingspan: 66” blocked
Spine: 33” blocked
Needles: Size 7 US (4.5 mm) long circular needle for knitting back and forth.
- Lace increasing & decreasing
- Sewing in ends
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