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Rib and Lace Shawl - knitting pattern

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Rib and Lace Shawl is worked sideways and shaped with asymmetrical increases which create an elongated triangle shape. Alternating stripes of squishy rib and simple lace give this shawl an interesting texture and a stylish look, and Killington’s wonderful softness and bounce will make you want to wear it all the time!
The size of the shawl can be easily modified by working fewer or more repeats of the pattern so that you can make a large shawl or a shawlette, and you can use different yarn weights, from fingering to worsted. The alternating stripes of rib and lace are easy to work and even the larger versions knit up fast.

Miss Babs Killington
85% Polwarth Wool, 15% Tussah Silk; 700 yd/8.5 oz (640 m/240 g) skeins
1 (1, 2) skeins, shown in Celtic

Or approximately 600 (700, 900) yards/550 (640, 830) meters of DK weight yarn.

Finished Measurements
Small (Medium, Large)
Length: 54½ (62, 72)”/136.5 (155, 180) cm
Depth: 20¾ (24¾, 28½)”/52 (62, 71.5) cm
Shown in size Medium

US 5 3.75 cm circular needle, at least 24”/60 cm long or size to obtain gauge

Blocked: 24 stitches and 29 rows = 4”/10 cm square in rib.
Blocked: 19.5 stitches and 26 rows = 4”/10cm square in lace pattern.
Unblocked: 32 stitches and 30 rows = 4”/10 cm square in rib.
Unblocked: 17 stitches and 26 rows = 4”/10cm square in lace pattern.

Tapestry needle
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