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Lovely Lady Shawl

By: Jennifer from krazyawesome.com
Lovely Lady Shawl
Lovely Lady Shawl
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Dress up for a night out with the Lovely Lady Shawl. A light and lacy knit accessory is a great way to keep yourself warm while also keeping things elegant and classy. This knit shawl pattern has a little ruffle on the edges, making it a wonderfully feminine addition to your wardrobe. Most of the shawl is done in stockinette stitch, so this knitted shawl pattern is an easy knitting project that would make a great stress reliever. You will love how this shawl looks and feels.

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Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm, 8 or 5 mm, 9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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The lacy edge directions say to cast on stitches. Sounds to me like the lace is knitted separately then sewn on .

that would be incorrect-there is no sewing-its knit on.

I don't understand how the lace edging is attached to the body of the shawl.

When you finish the last row of the shawl pattern...do not bind off....you simply knit the garter stitch for however many rows is called for or you want. Then bind off in the garter stitch.

Jam - the lace edging is a knitted on edging. You don't bind off after finishing the body of the shawl. You cast on the number of stitches and when you work back, the k2tog is made using one of your cast on stitches and one stitch that was left on the needles from the body of the shawl. Then row 2 you're knitting back to the outer edge of the edging. Every odd row you're knitting toward the shawl, so the k2tog is made with 1 stitch from the edging and one stitch from the shawl. Hope that helps.

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