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This shawl will introduce makers to entrelac square formations and how to increase them to make a curved shape.
It is adaptable to any yarn and hook size and can be made as wide or narrow as the maker chooses – the inside curve of the pattern sample measures 185cm. It will look equally great ...
Fingering weight yarns in two contrasting colours. The prototype used Alpaca Yarns New Zealand, Fusion Sulco, fingering weight 50% baby alpaca, 50% lyocell (wood pulp). (50g=175m) 6 balls. 3 balls each of 2 colours. About 2.85 balls of each colour was used.
This pattern doesn’t restrict you to fibre type, weight or even yardage. This is because you can make the shawl as long as you want to. The sample was made in fingering weight (Australian 4ply yarn) but the shawl would be extra snuggly in a DK (Australian 8ply yarn) or heavier if desired. If you want to use DK yarn, try first with an 8mm hook.