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Fairy Tracks Shawl

By: Chris from Chris Knits in Niagara

This light and airy shawl is a must have for year round wear. It's perfect for mild summer nights by itself or cold winter afternoons layered over a turtleneck. The Fairy Tracks Shawl is a pretty knit shawl pattern that alternates between lace weight and chunky mohair yarn, creating a striped design. The Fairy Tracks Shawl is a beautiful shade of cobalt blue and is vibrant enough to liven up any outfit.

Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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I really like the light and airy effect of this shawl but I've never knit with lace weight yarn and honestly, it scares me for some reason. I think my tension worries me. Can anyone with experience tell me if it is different than worsted weight yarn? I'm open to any tips or tricks before I try to start. Thanks

This is a simple pattern yet is unique in its own way. The alternating types of yarn works and adds something to the look of the shawl. I like dropped stitch pattern. It adds a nice airy look. I like these patterns even in the winter because it adds a nice airy feeling when you need it most in the cold. Good for the office as well. It is on my list. Thank you.

Now this is quite a unique shawl. I love how the lacy part and the mohair part blend and work together, and play off of each other. Mohair is sich an airy looking fiber that is perfect with the lace part of this pattern.The pattern isn't too difficult either.

I agree, that's pretty! I wish someone would write a pattern for a vest made like this. It would be perfect to dress up a plain blouse.


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