Pressed Violets is a triangular shawl worked from the top center back to the edge. It has no obvious right or wrong side and can be made to any size. The stitch pattern is fairly easy which helps you sail through the main part quickly.
The cool shade of dry violets is perfect for summer days and one skein of Gleem Lace is all you need to complete this simple delicate wrap.
An option to turn it into a rectangular-shaped accessory (a scarf or a stole) is also provided.
Materials: - Yarn: Gleem Lace by Fyberspates, 55% Superwash British Bluefaced Leicester Wool, 45% Silk, 874yd (800m) per 100g skein, shade 710 Lavender Haze, 1 skein - Hook: US C (2.5-2.75mm) - Yarn needle to weave in ends
Finished Sizes (blocked): - Triangular shawl: 55” (140cm) wingspan, 25” (64cm) height at center - Scarf/Stole: 6½” (11½”, 16¼”, 21”, 26”) or 16.5 (29, 41, 53.5, 66cm) wide for 5 (9, 13, 17, 21) PRs.
The pattern has been professionally tech-edited. It contains both a chart and written out instructions.