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Bamboo Wedding Shawl

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Updated November 30, 2016
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Have a fancy event coming up but need a layer of additional warmth? Don't fret just pair this glamorous Bamboo Wedding Shawl with your favorite dress and you're bound to make a lasting impression. Made up of a simple, geometric pattern known as Flemish Block Lace, this shawl is perfect your next soiree. The light and lacy Bamboo Wedding Shawl is a must-have for all those early spring nights when the air still has a slight chill.

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Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size: 3 or 3.25 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)


 

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Want to give your shawl a nice stretchy bind off?  Learn how in this easy video tutorial:

 

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Simply gorgeous little shawl with a nice repeated pattern. It looks as is you will have to be scrupulous about counting rows so you know exactly where you are in the pattern. After the first couple of repeats it should be easy to see what's next and if you've made a mistake. As noted below, the bamboo yarn is expensive so you might be able to substitute a nice merino or silk in a similar gauge and be sure to check the yardage.

Made this with Caron Simply Soft LIGHT and it is stunning!!! The pattern is tricky but worth the rip backs to correct errors.

Did the shawl have the same soft drape when you used the Caron yarn?

This shawl is the perfect combination of simplicity and elegance! It will look good on everyone.

I want to make this shawl. But there is no yardage listed anywhere that I can find to know how much yarn I need to buy

There is a shortcut in the pattern to take you to the recommended yarn. Its Bamboo 26/20 and it is 700yds. per ball @ $61.20 a ball and the shawl requires 2 balls.

Habu bamboo yarn can be found at purl soho.com It is 700 yards and $61.20 a skein. White only; 100% bamboo. Hope this helps.

Can't find Habu yarn, how many ounces in a skein

I have tried to practice on pattern in smaller size. (Knit 5, pattern for 17 st, k 5). It was so pretty. If I cont. it would be a lovely scarf. When I began full size, counting was always off. I keep backing up to find my error it keeps getting worse. My math breaks down multiples of 17 + 10 for edges. Would love to figure out where I am making mistakes. Is my math wrong, or what am I missing. Help ! Thank you, Priscilla

So glad to get such an easy way to bind off so that's it's stretchy! For years I have switched to a larger needle in order to get a looser bind off. Can't wait to try this way! Thanks.

I love the bamboo wedding shawl but where can I find the suggested yarn?

Beautiful! I am just a beginner knitter; however, I think I will try to find the Yarn and attempt this beautiful Shawl.

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