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Price: $7.95



Hyacinth Lace Shawl #V711

Hyacinths are one of my favorite symbols of spring, so I was delighted to discover a lace that reminds me of these colorful flowers. On this triangular shawl, the hyacinth lace flows into an optional ripple border and ends with a scalloped edging. Beads can be added at the edging, and the lace can be worked in stockinette or garter stitch.

The shawl is knit from the neck down, and the border can be started after any 10-row repeat, making it easy to customize the size. This design looks great in semi-solid or solid colors, and it can be knit in lace, fingering, Shetland/sport/DK, or worsted weight yarns. With so many choices, it is easy to create a hyacinth garden of your very own.

Pattern includes both written instructions and charts.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Sample Shawl: 100g (440 yds/400m)* Dream In Color fingering weight sock yarn (16 wpi), Color 260, in stockinette stitch lace with 3 #6 beads per scallop (*only 15 yds/14m of yarn leftover).

Circular Needles: 24" (61 cm) or longer in size to obtain gauge. Suggested sizes shown below.

Yarn Weight Yarn Amount Needle Size 4" (10cm)

St st Gauge

Blocked Size
Lace

18+ wpi

410 yds (375m) US 3 (3.25mm) 24 sts 25 x 50"

18 x 142cm

Fingering

16–17 wpi

485 yds (443m) US 5 (3.75mm) 20 sts 27 x 54"

68.5 x 137cm

Shetland/Sport/

DK 13–15 wpi

575 yds (526m) US 7 (4.5mm) 16 sts 32 x 64"

81 x 162cm

Worsted

11–12 wpi

900 yds (823m) US 9 (5.5mm) 12 sts 42 x 84"

106.5 x 213cm

PDF pattern can be read with Acrobat Reader and printed on letter-size paper.

Please read Patterns page before ordering.