Belle Nuit, or Beautiful Night, portrays an explosion of falling stars over a night sky. Make your wishes known as you knit this shawl that is worked from the top down featuring one of my favorite constructions: center panel with additional shoulder shaping. The side lace panels are outlined with a subtle cable or twisted stitch pattern, depending on how you choose to work the stitch, and you may choose to end the shawl with a delightful optional beaded picot bind off.
Shawl is worked from the top down, starting at center back neck. Beads are placed using the crochet hook add-as-you-go method. Lace patterns are written and charted. Instructions are given for two sizes, scarf and shawl.
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Fingering weight yarn such as:
Sweet Georgia Silk Crush Sock (50% superwash merino wool, 50% silk, 375 yds/115 g) or
Madeline Tosh Sock (100% superwash merino wool, 395 yds/100 g) - 1 (2) skeins for scarf (shawl)
Length at center back: 18 (24)”
Width from center back to each tip: 23.5 (31)”.
20 sts and 24 rows = 4”/10 cm over center panel lace pattern, measured after blocking.
3.75 mm (5 U.S.) in 24” length
OR needle size that gives you a pleasing lace fabric
116 (258) size 6/0 seed beads, plus 184 (348) more for optional beaded picot bind off.
Crochet hook, 0.6 mm (14 U.S)
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