One Ball Lace Triangle Shawl


One Ball Lace Triangle Shawl

One Ball Lace Triangle Shawl
One Ball Lace Triangle Shawl

For autumn, indulge yourself with some gorgeous free lace shawl knitting patterns. This Lace Triangle Shawl is just what you need to get started. Created using just one ball of yarn, this easy lace pattern will quickly become your favorite design. A simple eyelet lace thats easy to learn makes this a great pattern for knitters of all skill levels. You can wrap this around your shoulders or your neck for different looks.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

Find this project and more in 19 Shawl Knitting Patterns for Fall.

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There is no doubt about it, I LOVE SHAWLS and can never have enough of them. Not crazy about the colors that have been used but that is a very simple thing to change . I do like the pattern very much, it has that classic shawl look but with a twist. Really looking forward to making it!

I absolutely adore this shawl. It reminds me of the shawls that my sister used to make for me and my my nieces . I loved them then and I guess I still do. The pattern is fairly simple. I see from otger connents that you need mire than one ball of yarn if you do the fringe. Is one ball of yarn enough if you don't add the fringe?

According to the pattern the Serene yarn is 656 yards/600 metres, so it takes a decent amount of yarn, if you put the fringe on.

How many yards of wood does this take? It says one ball, but I hand spin my yarn, so the measurements are off.

Interesting pattern, but the girl illustrating the shawl is even more interesting.. She is my twin, it seems! I cannot add a picture here, but if you find Kat Gudkova on Facebook, you will see. Is there any way to forward her my details? This is quite unusual, I must say.

I've nade this twice but one skein of ordinary yarn was not adequate if you want to add fringe.

I knitmmy 1st pair of argyle sox in 148 and I can't get this pattern to work. Does anyone have a video online? I noticed that the number of stitches per row and the pattern didmnot match.

The number of stitches per row cannot match, you are starting at a point and knitting upwards, you are increasing 2 stitches on every third row, after each increase only rows 1 and 2 will match until the next increase.

The pattern won't come up.

Does this work for you?


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