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V-Start Triangle Lace Shawl

HeartStrings knitting pattern #H82

A flattering neckline and easy-to-knit lace patterns combine to create this appealing triangle lace shawl. Instructions are available for shoulder shawl and full length shawl sizes as well as guidance to easily adapt for other sizes.

V-Start Triangle Full Size Shawl
Full length shawl shown in Mountain Colors Winter Lace wool/silk color Mountain Twilight
Number of projects for this pattern that are posted on Ravelry
V-Start Triangle Shoulder Shawl
Shoulder shawl size shown in Mountain Colors Winter Lace Junior wool/silk color Daybreak

Sizes: Shoulder shawl (Full length shawl): wingspan 64(90)"; back center spine length 27(35)"
Yarn: 600(1200) yards lace weight
Suggested needles: US 4 (3.5 mm)
Gauge: 20 stitches = 4 inches over blocked lace
Other notions:
2 stitch markers for designating end of each panel section
tapestry needle for finishing ends
blocking board and rust proof blocking wires/pins
Construction: worked flat in rows, starting at V neckline and increasing to lower edge in one piece; no sewing or grafting
Stitches used: knit, purl, slip, k2tog, ssk, yarn over, sl1-k2tog-psso (optional)
Stitch instructions: charted and written
Special technique: knit-thru double decrease (ktdd)
Skill level: intermediate or adventurous advanced beginner lace knitter

V-Start Shawl with collar style and shawl pin
Another wearing option is to turn back the neckline into a collar and decorate with a shawl pin

V-Start Shawl
Sample cover page of HeartStrings V-Start Triangle Shawl pattern

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Note: For people who'd like to make small neck kerchief size without the need to work up their owns calculations for resizing, see V-Start Neck Kerchief Scarf.

Also see Lace Scarves/Stoles, Faroese Shawls and Other Shawls in the Jackie E-S Design Collections.

Thank you for interest. I am here to serve you and help keep your knitting a pleasurable experience. If you have questions or need assistance with purchasing or knitting my HeartStrings patterns, let me know. Sincerely, Jackie E-S

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