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Razor Shell Knit Shawl

Razor Shell Knit Shawl
Razor Shell Knit Shawl
This image courtesy of kristinomdahl.com

"Knit from the bottom up, the first rows are daunting but with the decrease rows they just get faster and faster! The garter stitch ruffle has a beautiful flounce to it, and the vertical lines of the lace pattern burst into a fan with the cleverly placed decreases in pattern. The bamboo shines like silk and drapes so beautifully. Wear it to your fanciest of holiday parties! This is a one-hank project featuring Be So Fine Yarn in hand dyed color way Million Dollar Red."

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Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

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

Materials List

  • 1 hank Be So Fine Yarn in hand dyed color way Million Dollar Red
  • US6 (4mm) knitting needles

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This is what I call an aspirational pattern for when I want to take it to the next level in my knitting. I like to use more exotic yarns like bamboo in one-hank or skein projects, too. Beautiful color!

Wow! What a beautiful shawl. I just can't stop looking at the picture of this fantastic shawl. I love the laciness and the shape of it. And,as an added bonus, the pattern difficulty is rated as Easy! If I was making this for a plus sized woman, would I need to make it larger,or would it work as is?

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