Knitting Pattern PDF - Faraway Blues Lace Shawl

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KNITTING PATTERN PDF - NOT A KNITTED ITEM. You will receive an instant PDF download via etsy. The pattern is not currently available in hard copy on etsy. Due to the nature of PDFs, I regret that I cannot offer refunds.

The Faraway Blues Wrap is the second piece in my Earth Collection, which also includes the Chalice Cowl and Long Way Home Cardigan. Made in Carol Sunday’s “Angelic” yarn, the Faraway Blues Wrap is light and lofty, yet wonderfully warm. It has the coziness of a blanket and the elegance of a formal stole. The lace instructions are both written and charted. The pattern has been professionally tech edited to reduce the possibility for error, but if you have questions or believe that you have found an error, please contact me.

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finished measurements
58” / 147 cm long, not including fringe.
24” / 61 cm wide.

7 skeins Sunday Knits Angelic 5-ply in “Aqua”; 137 yds / 125 m per 50 g; 90 % merino wool, 10% angora.

Shawl requires 959 yds / 877 m of aran weight yarn. Main shawl requires 772 yds / 706 m; fringe requires 187 yds / 171 m.

needles & notions
US 8 (5 mm) 24” circular needle
OR size necessary to make gauge.
Size G-6 / 4.0 mm crochet hook
14 stitch markers
darning needle

20.25 sts and 22.75 rows = 4” / 10 cm in lace pattern.
Although exact gauge is not essential to the success of this project, deviation from gauge will affect the required yardage, so remember to adjust accordingly. If you are concerned about yardage, work fewer horizontal repeats as opposed to fewer vertical repeats. Working three and a half horizontal repeats will create a generous scarf.

Wrap is worked as a rectangle from end to end. Fringe is added after blocking.