PDF – Digital Download
Adair’s minimal lace motif runs diagonally across a field of stockinette stitch, creating a beautiful accessory that can be worn any time of year. Pick your favorite version, the pattern includes a shawl, scarf or wrap.
The shawl is worked flat in one piece, from widest to narrowest edge. The scarf and wrap are worked flat in two pieces, from end to center, and grafted together in the middle.
Additional pattern information shown below photographs.
Scarf: 16" width; 78½" length
Wrap: 25" width; 85¼" length
Shawl: 50" width; 34" length; 60½" wingspan
Manos del Uruguay Serena
60% Baby Alpaca, 40% Pima Cotton
170 yards / 155 meters per 50 g skein
5 (7) skeins
735 (1190) yards
Samples shown in colors Fig (shawl), Sahara (shawl), Biscotti (scarf), and Natural (wrap)
21 stitches & 31 rows = 4" in stockinette stitch using Needle A, after blocking
One 24" circular needle
4 mm / US 6 or size needed to obtain gauge listed
One 24" circular needle one size smaller than Needle A
3.75 mm / US 5 or size needed to obtain gauge listed
Blunt tapestry needle, stitch holder, T-pins, blocking wires (optional but recommended)
3 of 5
Note: Pattern is worked from charts only.