Dried Lavender Shawl – Knit Pattern


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The Dried Lavender Shawl was originally made in collaboration with Yarnz for their Project Club. It can be made using two kinds of yarns, Balayage from Pascuali and Eco-Fusion from Nurturing Fibres. The instructions are almost the same (except for the final rows), the only difference is that the shawl made with Eco-Fusion is slightly smaller.
The construction of this shawl is quite basic with 4 increases every time you work the right side and it’s worked flat so I wanted to make this shawl interesting with different stitches and playing with 3 colours.

↟ Measurements (without tassels):
Version with Balayage, Pascuali
Large 195 cm / 76.7 inches
Long 88 cm/ 34.6 inches

Version with Eco-Fusion
Large 188 cm / 74 inches
Long 87 cm/ 34.2 inches

↟ Materials:
Balayage, Pascuali
Main colour: 606, 3 balls (150 g, 525 m)
Contrasting colour 1: 600, 2 balls (100 g, 350 m)
Contrasting colour 2: 601, 1 ball (50 g, 175 m)

Eco – Fusion, Nurturing Fibres
Main colour: Winebarrel, 3 balls (150 g, 375 m)
Contrasting colour 1: Fawn, 3 balls (150 g, 375 m)
Contrasting colour 2: Seashell, 3 ball (150 g, 375 m)

Alternative yarn: Alpaca from Drops, you will need 200 g in total (you can see a picture of a sample made in 2 colours).

↟ Needles:
3.00 mm / US 2.5 / UK 10
With a cord of at least 80 cm/ 32 inches to work easily

↟ Gauge in stockinette with 3.00 mm needles:
Balayage yarn 10 x 10 cm, 28 st x 36 rows
Eco-Fusion 10 x 10 cm, 25 st x 34 rows

↟ Level: Intermediate

↟ What you need to know:
Yarn over
Drop stitch
Eyelet Lace
Applied border
How to make tassels
At the end of the pattern you will find some useful links for some of these techniques.

↟ Language: English and Italian.
If you would like to translate this pattern in another language, please write me an email before you purchase the pattern.