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Pattern Release: Under the Sun Shawl

Under the Sun is the companion shawl to Beneath the Moon. It’s worked in Mrs Crosby Reticule and uses two skeins.

I originally did the swatch in Mrs Crosby Hat Box, but opted for the lace for the yardage vs cost. Reticule, at around $23/skein, is a lovely, luxurious option at a really good price.

Having said that, the pattern is easily modified for really any yarn weight. Just work the swatch (directions included) to get a fabric you like, and go from there!

This lovely laceweight shawl, worked as a wedge from the bottom up, incorporates a modifcation of one of my favorite vintage lace patterns, Print of the Wave. The half wave edging is worked as a knitted on edging to bind off the top of the shawl.

Both charts and line by line instructions are provided.

One Size (easy to alter size)

Finished Measurements
Height: 63.5” / 161.5 cm
Top Edge: 52.5” / 133.5 cm
Hypotenuse: 75”/ 190.5 cm

Yarn
Mrs Crosby Reticule, 100% Merino wool (840 yds / 768 m per 100 g), 2 skeins. Shown in Greystone colorway. Sample weighed 189 g and used 1588 yds / 1452 m.

Needles
US2 / 2.75mm (your choice straight or circular), or size to obtain gauge

Gauge
24 sts and 39 rows over 4” / 10 cm in Main Body Repeat lace pattern

Gauge is important. Alterations in gauge will affect yarn requirements and finished size.

Notions
yarn needle

Skills
lace knitting
knitted-on edging

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