The Cherty Shawlette is a one-skein project in my good friend Jeane de Coster’s newest yarn, Civility.
It knits up quickly on US7 needles — so if you’re still looking for a gift to knit, here you go!
Little back story on the photoshoots: We originally did a photoshoot in September, and got some gorgeous pics. Unfortunately, though I thought I was being very very careful in draping it across my shoulders with the right side out…I obviously wasn’t careful enough. Sigh. I couldn’t expect Dave to know the difference (though now at photoshoots, I’m careful to point out which is the right side so he does know).
This simple but elegant lace pattern blends the edging with the main lace repeat, which in turn is blended with the garter stitch short row section.
Lace repeat is both charted and written.
The pattern is designed to use one skein of sport weight yarn.
Depth (edge): 8Â¾in / 22cm
Depth (center): 12in / 30.5cm
Outer edge: 70in / 178cm
Inner edge: 45Â½in / 115.5cm
Elemental Affects CIVILITY Sport, 70% US Merino / 30% mulberry silk (400 yds / 365m per 4oz / 113g), shown in Clove. As shown, shawl used 375 yds / 343m.
US7 / 4.5mm, or size to obtain gauge
Larger needle if required for loose cast on
13.75 sts and 24 rows = 4in / 10 cm in lace pattern (blocked)
Precise gauge is not necessary, but alterations in gauge will affect yarn requirements.
simple lace, short rows
Thank you to my tech editor, KT Vaughan.