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A rectangular wrap and a crescent shawl, both featuring the same architectural cable and lace pattern. The dimensionality of the stitch pattern makes the most of the structured BFL laceweight yarn and looks good (but not identical) on both sides.

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875 yards / 800 m of structured 100 % wool laceweight.
Shown in Triskelion Yarn and Fibre Emrys Lace (100% British Blueface Leicester, 875 yds / 800m, 3.53 oz / 100g)

24 sts and 30 rows = 4" / 10cm in stocking stitch blocked well

US 5 / 3.75 mm needles 24" / 60cm or longer circular for view B

View A
80" / 205cm long and 11" / 28cm wide
View B
64" / 163cm wide and 18" / 46cm deep

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    View A, the wrap, is worked from end to end with lace at each end that can be blocked into points.

    View B, the shawl, is worked bottom up with shaping incorporated into the border pattern. The ribbed columns at the top of the chart continue into the centre, decreasing together as short row wedges are worked to create the shallow shape. The centre stitches are joined with kitchener stitch.


    2 cable needles, darning needle



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