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Evening Shadows Shawl

Evening Shadows Shawl

Elegance is the watch word for the gorgeous Evening Shadows Shawl. Delicate lacework characterizes this charming shawl. Knitters will enjoy the modest challenge posed by this lace pattern. Wrap this shawl around your shoulders in any season for a look that will draw plenty of compliments. Lace shawls are handy garments to keep at the home or office, especially if you get cold easily. Your outfit can stay on-point, no matter what the temperature is, when you have a shawl handy.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

Measurements:
Approx 56 ins [142 cm] wide x 26 ins [66 cm] deep at center back.


Gauge: 26 sts and 32 rows = 4 ins [10 cm] in stocking st.

 

Materials:

  • Patons® Lace (85 g/3 oz; 455 m/498 yds) 33315 (Sachet): 1 ball
  • Size 3.5 mm (U.S. 4) circular knitting needle 36 ins [90 cm] long or size needed to obtain tension.

 

Instructions:

Lace Charts I and II

Beg at center back, cast on 7 sts.
1st row: (RS). K2. (yo. K1) twice. Place marker on last st (center st). yo. K1. yo. K2. 11 sts.
2nd and alt rows: K2. Purl to last 2 sts. K2.
3rd row: K2. (yo. K3. yo. K1) twice. K1. 15 sts.
5th row: K2. (yo. K5. yo. K1) twice. K1. 19 sts.
7th row: K2. *yo. K1. yo. ssk. K1. K2tog. (yo. K1) twice. Rep from * once more. K1. 23 sts.
9th row: K2. *yo. K3. yo. Sl1. K2tog. psso. yo. K3. yo. K1. Rep from * once more. K1. 27 sts.
11th row: K2. *yo. K3. K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk. K3. yo. K1. Rep from * once more. K1. 31 sts.
13th row: K2. *(yo. K1. yo. ssk. K1. K2tog)  twice. (yo. K1) twice. Rep from * once more. K1. 35 sts.
15th row: K2. *(yo. K3. yo. Sl1. K2tog. psso) twice. yo. K3. yo. K1. Rep from * once more. K1. 39 sts.
17th row: K2. *yo. K3. (K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk. K1) twice. K2. yo. K1. Rep from * once more. K1. 43 sts.
19th row: K2. *yo. K1. yo. ssk. K1. (K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk. K1) twice. K2tog. (yo. K1) twice. Rep from * once more. K1. 47 sts.
20th row: K2. Purl to last 2 sts. K2. 15th to 20th rows form Lace Leaf Pat.


Cont in pat, inc 4 sts on next and every following alt row as before, noting that instructions in ( ) will be worked one more time in each repeat until there are 207 sts, ending with a WS row.


If working from Chart, note that sts in red box will be worked one more time in each repeat until there are 207 sts, ending with a WS row.


Next row: (RS). K2. yo. Purl to center marked st. yo. K1. yo. Purl to last 2 sts. yo. K2. 211 sts.
Next row: Knit.
Next row: K2. yo. Purl to marked center st. (yo. K1) twice. Purl to last 2 sts. yo. K2. 215 sts.
Next row: Knit.


Border:

(Work from Chart II)
1st row: K2. yo. K3. yo. *K1. yo. K3. Sl1. K2tog. psso. K3. yo.** Rep from * to 2 sts before marked center st. (K1. yo) twice. K1 (center st). yo. K1. yo. Rep from * to ** to last 6 sts. K1. yo. K3. yo. K2. 223 sts.

2nd and alt rows: K2. Purl to last 2 sts. K2.
3rd row: K2. yo. K5. yo. *K1. yo. K3. Sl1. K2tog. psso. K3. yo.** Rep from * to 4 sts before marked center st. K1. yo. K3. yo. K1 (center st). yo. K3. yo. Rep from * to ** to last 8 sts. K1. yo. K5. yo. K2. 231 sts.
5th row: K2. yo. K7. yo. *K1. yo. K3. Sl1. K2tog. psso. K3. yo.** Rep from * to 6 sts before marked center st. K1. yo. K5. yo. K1 (center st). yo. K5. yo. Rep from * to ** to last 10 sts. K1. yo. K7. yo. K2. 239 sts.
7th row: K2. yo. K9. yo. *K1. yo. K3. Sl1. K2tog. psso. K3. yo.** Rep from * to 8 sts before marked center st. K1. yo. K7. yo. K1 (center st). yo. K7. yo. Rep from * to ** to last 12 sts. K1. yo. K9. yo. K2. 247 sts.
9th row: K2. yo. K1. yo. *K1. yo. K3. Sl1. K2tog. psso. K3. yo.** Rep from * to 10 sts before marked center st. K1. yo. K3. Sl1. K2tog. psso. (K1. yo) 3 times. K1 (center st). (yo. K1) 3 times. Sl1. K2tog. psso. K3. yo. Rep from * to ** to last 4 sts. (K1. yo) twice. K2. 255 sts.
10th row: K2. Purl to last 2 sts. K2.
Rep 1st to 10th rows once more (increasing sts as before). Cast off loosely.

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This is such a beautiful shawl and the lace pattern really stands out with the patons lace and the color changes blend in perfectly. I can't wait to make this shawl. The pattern seems easy enough but still able to keep you interested. But back to the yarn, I have loved the way patons lace looks in every pattern I have seen it used in. I really want to order some.

After row 20, where you say to continue in pattern, increasing 4 sts on alt. rows as before till you reach 207 sts., I do NOT know where to do the increases. Can't you please write all the rows out till it reaches 207 sts? Also on the border where after 10 rows it says to continue increases as before, --- write it out to completion also. I really love this pattern want to make it. HELP! TY in advance

Hi Crafter 0565478, Because this is a Patons Yarn knitting pattern, we have presented the pattern as they have written it. If you are having problems with increase, we suggest contacting the designer of this pattern via the Yarnspirations website. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

15-20th rows form the lace leaf pattern so after the first 20th row, you will simply repeat rows 15-20 until you have 207 sts. The pattern is fully written as opposed to many other charted patterns. What I think is throwing you off is the increase instructions being stuck in the sentence that should have been more clear about what to do after row 20. I know this is really late, but it may help someone.

when knitting the boarder, is the purl side supposed to be on the right side? or did i make a boo boo? I'm about 2 rows into the boarder and all my purl stitches are falling on the good side, but I've followed the pattern to a T. HELP!!

That would be a boo-boo, the purl stitches fall on the wrong side if you have completed the 4 knit rows correctly before starting the border section. Those 4 knit rows in there are probably what's throwing you off. Hope this helps someone.

Is anyone else having trouble opening the charts?

I would name this shawl, "kismet." It has a beautiful providence!

Heavenly leaves of Lace Shawl

Stroll through the Forest or Evening Stroll or Dappled Sunlight. I like Evening Shade too.

Heavenly Shawl

I think a good name for this beautiful shawl is "Delicate Charm"

This beautiful shawl should be named "Delicate Charm"

Cockle Shells & Maidens (from Mary, Mary Quite Contrary)

The pattern says there are charts to follow...how do i get them? Thanx

Evening Shade

Name for shawl: Misty Moonlight

Merlot on the Vine, because of the drapey leaf pattern and merlot stain effect.

Georgian Lace Shawl (because Georgian and gorgeous sound similiar!) :-) It's beautiful and I look forward to making it. Jan

Isn't this the "Wisteria Shawl" knitted in Paton's Lace?

Name: Midnight Wine Garden Shawl

I would name this shawl 'Evening Shadows'. Lovely shawl and I would like to make it sometime in the future as I am currently knitting for my first Great Grandson.

Light Beams Shawl or Laser Beams Shawl. While I have not yet made it, I absolutely love the beams of rows it depicts.

Beautiful, love it,Peace or Butterfly wings fits well.

Scottish Heather in the Mist ( not as previously posted Scittish Heather)

Peace

Scittish Heather in the Mist

It looks like baby turtle shells to me, so my suggestion is "Turtles in a Row."

Nice look! I would call it "Butterfly Effect". Looks like a butterfly wing to me.

Blueberries and cream - because it looks good enough to eat!

Lovely shawl. Purple Rain

it's lovely! and my first thought was JEWELLED LACE. It will be my next project after I've done a cardigan for my Dad. Thank you.

Stunning! the name Purple Haze springs to mind :o)

Just to beautiful to be called "No Name". At first glance this beauty reminded me of wonderful summer evenings. I will call it SUMMER TWILIGHT and am off to get the material to make it as soon as I can.

Cranberry delight.

I think it should be "Bella"

I would call it midnight shadow

Shadow Shawl

Moonshadow Shawl

I would name it Angel Wings. Beautiful !!!

Blackberries and Cream

Vineyard Blush

Simply Elegant Shawl

Elegant Rainbow Shawl.

Rainbow Lace Shawl

The first thought in my head was "Butterfly Lace". I intend to make one of the same colors! It's beautiful!

Dusk to Dawn

English Garden

Fields of Heather

Angel's Desire

Elegant Lady Shadow Lace I would love to make this it is beautiful! I have shown two different names. Thank you.

I'd love to make this, and name it Viola.

I vote for Evening Shadows

Smoke and Mirrors

Bleeding Heart Shawl

Lavender and lace

Twilight Mist

Evening shadows

That's the "Pretty Triangle Shawl" by Patons. It's been in my Ravelry queue since 2011.

Seorita. A beautiful Spanish lady

A Walk Through the Lavender

Here's my name for the shawl; Smoke and Mirrors

Lavender Garden Lace Shawl

Lacy Aurora Shawl, reminiscent of blending colors of northern lights.

Tortoise shell lace

Rain Forest ...

I'd call it Midnight Rainbow

Evening mist reminds. Me of evening just after the sun goes down with shades of purple and gray and green of the grass. I have'nt made it yet but I think it's beautiful

Lovely Lilac Lace

Name: Tortoise Shell Shawl

I would call it the butterfly shawl

Misty morning

Beautiful...... I would call it sunshine and shadows......

Bargello shawl

very beautiful...should be called "Moon Shadows Shawl"

I would call this shawl "Light'nLovely" and I hope to make it soon! Very eye-appealing and comfortable looking!

spring lace

Mirror lace

Sunny Day Shawl

Aldbourne Bell

Heather at Dusk

How about Desert Orchid

bat wing express

EVENING SHADES... PURPLE HAZE...

I think this shawl should be called Grape-Lime Parfait! It's luscious enough to eat!

I think it should be called Twilight Time

Dark Shadows! Looks like what I would wear on the show!! LOVE IT!!!!

What about a Thousand and One nights.

How about Chocolate Eclair

Northern Lights

Ombre Nights

Vineyard lace

I am confused why they r calling it No Name Shawl- that is a pattern by Patons and It was called Pretty lace triangle shawl when I knit it http://www.yarnspirations.com/pattern/knitting/ == pretty-triangle-shawl I have made 2 of those and they r very pretty

This shawl reminds me of days long past. I would call it "Lavender and old lace"......there was a book by this name that my mother liked so much as a child. She passed away last year at 89 years old. I would like to knit this shawl for my daughter.

dragon wing shawl

Love this Shawl ...... would like to knit it. I would name it ....Evening Comfort

Dragonfly wings

Shadows Shawl

"Heather Moss Lace" is a good description and name for this shawl.

Lilacs in the sand.

Victorian Plum Shawl

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