This is a beautiful design from Ann Kingstone. The pattern name is inspired by Galadriel, the elven queen who is 'Lady of the Wood' in J. R. R. Tolkien's 'Lord of The Rings' trilogy. The wimple can be worn as a hood or cowl.
This pattern is based on a good knowledge of lace, but full instructions and lace charts are given (and Ann gives links to online tutorials to help).
The pattern is printed on paper and includes a link to download a pdf file from the Ravelry website.
|Suggested needle size
||2.5mm, one 40cm and one 60cm set of circular needles
|Weight of yarn
||2-ply or laceweight
|Yarn required||c. 520-620 metres (569-678 yards) of laceweight yarn
|Tension||32 inches and 48 rounds to give a 10cm square (in stocking stitch)|
|Other items needed
||48 size 6/0 seed beads|
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