Photo © Becci Pamela-Bast
Photo © Becci Pamely-Bast
Photo © Becci Pamely-Bast

Agnes is a light lace shawl, perfect for early autumn. It has a top-down triangular construction using two main lace stitch patterns separated by small garter stitch borders and can be worked using one or two colours.

The kit for Agnes (yarn plus printed pattern) is also available from RiverKnits.

Yarn RiverKnits Aysgarth, (100% Wensleydale Wool, 350m per 100g skein)

1-Colour Shawl: A: Sloe Gin, 2 skeins

2-Colour Shawl: A: Sloe Gin, 2 skeins, B: Antique Pewter, 1 skein

Needles 3.75mm (US 5), circular, 120cm long, or size required to achieve stated tension

Notions 4 stitch markers Tapestry needle

10x10cm = 15 sts x 30 rows over Chart A on 3.75mm needles while blocking
10x10cm = 16 sts x 31 rows over Chart A on 3.75mm needles after blocking and relaxing

Blocking Measurements
1-colour shawl: 167 x 85cm (653⁄4 x 331⁄2”) 2-colour shawl: 199 x 101cm (781⁄4 x 393⁄4”)

Finished Measurements After blocking, shawl will pull back in, reducing the size by a few cm in both directions. 

1-colour shawl: 159 x 81cm (621⁄2 x 313⁄4“) 2-colour shawl: 189 x 96cm (741⁄2 x 373⁄4“)

Language: English

Tech Editor Deb Bramham Photography Becci Pamely-Bast

Yarn supplied by RiverKnitsUK

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