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Easy Lace Shawl

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This lace shawl knitting pattern creates a pretty wrap for the colder months. The pattern is quick and easy, requiring no seaming, but looks impressive. 

You can find this beginner knit pattern, along with several other easy knitting patterns, in our free eBook, Learn How to Knit for Beginners:  27 Easy Knitting Patterns.

 

Easy Lace Shawl


Size: Shawl measures 18½” x 54”.

Materials:

  • Yarn: RED HEART® “Designer Sport™”: 3 Balls 3921 Crimson.
  • Knitting Needles: 6mm [US 10].


Gauge: 13 sts = 4” in pattern with yarn held double. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needles to obtain the gauge.


Instructions:

With 2 strands held together throughout, cast on 61 sts.
Purl 1 row.

Row 1 (Right Side): K1, * [yo, slip 1, K1, psso] twice, K1, [K2tog, yo] twice, K1; repeat from * across.

Row 2: Purl.

Row 3: K2, * yo, slip 1, K1, psso, yo, slip 1, K2tog, psso, yo, K2tog, yo, K3; rep from * to last 9 sts; yo, slip 1, K1, psso, yo, slip 1, K2tog, psso, yo, K2tog, yo, K2.

Row 4: Purl.

Repeat Rows 1-4 for pattern until 54” from beginning, end by working Row 4. Bind off.
 


ABBREVIATIONS: K = knit; mm = millimeters; P = purl; psso = pass the slipped st over; st(s) = stitch(es); tog = together; yo = yarn over; * = repeat whatever follows the * as indicated; [ ] = work directions in brackets the number of times specified.
 

For more ideas visit Red Heart Yarn.

 

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Aug 20, 2014

So I came back to this after a while, checked out some instructional videos and finally figured out what I was doing wrong! Now I am excited to knit this!

 

Jul 2, 2014

On row one I have 4 extra stitches after doing the pattern and do not understand row 3 says to last 9 stitches when it shows 13 stitches left in the pattern- also a difference of 4. I just can't figure out what I am doing wrong- HELP!

 

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May 19, 2014

Will this pattern work with only one strand of yarn? Can I use thicker yarn instead of using two strands of yarn? Thanks! Olivia

 

Aug 31, 2011

I made this and put a fringe on the ends. It's easy and I plan on making it again. Instructions were very clear and easy to understand.

 

Jan 28, 2011

I like it its so nice and beautiful

 

Jan 8, 2011

This is really beautiful, I love lace!

 

Nov 3, 2010

This is so helpful. I don't have a car, so going to a nearby craft shop is almost impossible. This is truly wonderful to find such lovely patterns. Everyone always receives something homemade with love, so I thank you for this.

 

Feb 20, 2010

It is always best to work with the yarn coming from 2 balls rather than make a ball of the two yarns and work them as one. The reason being that you never have the strands totally even. Some how there is always one strand longer than the other and it does make the work more complicated. Then having a third ball as the instruction call for, work both end of that last ball together One from the outside of the ball and one from the inside. Only be carefull to pull out from the very center but if you get a larger amount, don't worry, it will be eventually worked and then you will be sailing.

 

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