LISETTE

NZD $14.00NZD $16.00

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Taking inspiration from the most gorgeous of crochet stitches, Lisette is a knitted asymmetrical shawl.

She’ll add glamour to your outfit with her all-over lace and picot edges and keep you cosy and warm worn bandana style with a pair of jeans.

Knitted from side to side and including most of the lace border as you knit, Lisette is perfectly reversible and finished with a sideways bind-off to curl the border around the final edge.

Lisette makes the most of one skein of beautiful fingering yarn and the pattern includes written and charted instructions.

All prices in NZD

LISETTE

NZD $14.00NZD $16.00

Printed Pattern includes a Downloadable PDF instantly emailed to you.
Please Note: postage will be added to Printed Pattern price at checkout.

Taking inspiration from the most gorgeous of crochet stitches, Lisette is a knitted asymmetrical shawl.

She’ll add glamour to your outfit with her all-over lace and picot edges and keep you cosy and warm worn bandana style with a pair of jeans.

Knitted from side to side and including most of the lace border as you knit, Lisette is perfectly reversible and finished with a sideways bind-off to curl the border around the final edge.

Lisette makes the most of one skein of beautiful fingering yarn and the pattern includes written and charted instructions.

All prices in NZD

Description

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Wingspan approx. 66”/167 cm (blocked)
Depth at the widest part approx. 17”/43 cm (blocked)

GAUGE
18 sts and 25 rows = 4”/10 cm in lace pattern after wet blocking.

YARN
1 Skein of Aoraki by Happy-Go-Knitty (80% Merino 20% Nylon) 100g = /465 yds/425 m, in colourway “Clouds of Thunder”

Approx. 437 yds/400 m of fingering weight yarn.

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
Size US 6/4 mm circular needles at least 31”/80 cm long.

Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain gauge.

SKILL LEVEL
2 balls (see: https://www.trulymyrtle.com/blog/all-the-balls)