This triangular shawlette is worked from the centre outwards. The ruffled edging is crochet, which is made by first casting off loosely then four double-trebles are worked into each stitch. This method creates dense and delicate ruffles that work for most of the lace yarn. If longer ruffles are desired, work extra rows of single double-treble (dtr) into each stitches. You can also use knitted ruffle edge instead by increasing the number of stitches by 3-4 times and work in stocking stitch.
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140 cm width x 70 cm height.
Jamiesonís of Shetland Cobweb Ultra (Lace weight, 50% lambswool, 50% Shetland wool, 194 m/12.5 g ball)
4 x 12.5g ball in Natural Black (101)
Note: Crochet ruffles will use up some yarn. The knitted sample weight is approx. 35g (550m) before the ruffle and approx. 47g (730m) after the ruffle.
28.5 sts and 32 rows to 10 cm (blocked) over the lace stitch using 3.5 mm needles.
1 set of 3.5 mm (UK 9-10/US 4) circular needles
3 mm (UK 11/US C2) crochet hook for ruffled edging
1 x stitch marker