It is a top down trapezium shawl, with repeating patterns and an Estonian Lace inspired border, to create a light and airy shawl. The pattern has charts and written instructions and is suitable for experienced lace knitters.
The pattern is downloadable in pdf format and can be viewed using Adobe pdf reader. A copy of this software is available at http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/.
Images have been provided by OneHandKnits.
|Suggested needle size
3.5mm circular needle of 100cm in length (or enough to acheive tension)
|Weight of yarn
||Lace Weight yarn (2 ply)
100g of Eden Cottage Pegasus yarn (800m). The sample was knitted in Laurel
15 stitches x 30 rows for a 10cm x 10cm square over stocking stitch on 3.5mm needles. However, exact tension is not essential for this shawl but may mean that additional yarn is needed (there is a contingency of about 80m).
|Other items needed||4mm crochet hook for cast on. 20 stitch markers. 6 stiff and 4 flexible blocking wires and T pins, darning needle.|
Pegasus Lace - Laurel Pegasus Lace
Posted by Emma on 20th Jul 2012
I've just finished the first set of charts for this pattern. (There are 2 sets + edging) and I'm really enjoying it. I have done some lace knitting before and I'm finding that I have to pay attention, but the pattern isn't so complex that it's a chore to work on. For the main part of the shawl and most of the edging, all the shaping is on the RS so you get the WS to have a bit of a rest! The pattern and the instructions are clear. The charts print off nicely and are easy to read with symbol keys right next to where you are looking.