Frost ShawlOhje suomeksi
I had earlier knit Frost Flowers top to my friend and she wanted a shawl to wear with it, so I designed this shawl.
You can use yarn and needle size you want to. Bigger needle size and thicker yarn means a bigger shawl and vice versa. The white shawl below is knit of 7 balls (about 700 meters) of Zettl Cotton-Classic Cable yarn using 4,5 mm needles and it is 95 cm high and 190 cm wide.
Cast on 3 stitches and continue as follows:
Note! Chart 2a and 2b have all rows charted and even rows goes from left to right. After 28th row continue following lace edging 2 from chart 3. Purl chart's 2nd and 4th rows.
Finish by crocheting 2 edge stitches together, *9 chain, 3 stitches together,* repeat *-* till there are 3 stitches before middle stitch, 9 chain, 2 stitches together, 9 chain, 3 stitches together (the middle one of these three is the middle stitch), 9 chain, 2 stitches together, *9 chain, 3 stitches together,* repeat *-* till there are 2 stitches left, 9 chain, 2 edge stitches together. Finish yarn ends and block or steam iron your shawl.
Charts are quite wide, so print them landscape. I like to print my charts with Irfanview, a free image viewer, which has really excellent printing qualities. Easy and quick.
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