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Jasmine Lace Shawl


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Spring time fashion is all about bright, bold and beautiful colors, and that's exactly what free lace shawl knitting patterns, like the Jasmine Lace Shawl, try to offer! I'd have to say (and I think you'll agree) that this triangular shawl really hits the mark. Worked from the center top to the edges, this 100 percent silk shawl has a beautiful drape that will make it a staple in your closet this spring.

Jasmine Lace Shawl
Jasmine Lace Shawl
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Knitting Needle Size: 4 or 3.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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The latest email from allfreeknitting has the link for this pattern when clicked, there is a popup stating the page doesn't exist. Can you please fix that link?

I am in the process of knitting this shawl and have a question about the directions on repeating rows 21-52. What does "increase the underlined section one more time per repeat" mean? I appreciate any help or suggestions.

When you look at the chart, there is a section colored in yellow. That is the repeated section of the pattern. When you repeat rows 21-52, that is the section that is to be repeated. I believe there is an error in the directions there though. Because that repeatable section needs to be repeated 2 times per repeat. In the first rows 21-52 the repeatable section is knitted once, but the next time you knit rows 21-52 you have to knit the repeatable section 3 times in order for the pattern to continue. And the next time you repeat rows 21-52 you have to knit the repeatable section 5 times in order for the pattern to continue.

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