Pattern 9880 - Charm

Shawls

A selection of three exquisite shawls featuring beautiful lace effects. There is a choice of a parasol lace shawl, diamond and stocking stitch shawl and a mini leaf lace shawl.

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Charm

This charming lace weight yarn is perfect for making delicate shawls and accessories. Its blend of acrylic, wool & mohair gives it a very light and delicate feel while its colour swirl nature knits up to reveal beautifully subtle colour changes. Each garment takes just a single ball in the smallest size. Feather light & gossamer soft

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Weight: 4ply

Composition: 85% Premium Acrylic, 10% Wool, 5% Mohair

Ball Size: 200g

Meterage: 1084

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron


You will need: 1 p air 4½ mm (UK 7 - U SA 7) knitting needles and1 pair 5 mm (UK 6 - USA 8) knitting needles f or diamond and stocking stitch and mini leaf shawls. 5 mm (UK 6 - USA 8) 100cm circular needle f or parasol lace shawl.

Diamond and stocking stitch shawl
Sizes40x186cm 15¾x73 ¼in
Charm Lace Weight, Sunset 3623135g
Mini leaf lace shawl
Sizes40x180cm 15¾x70 ¾in
Charm Lace Weight, Grey Mist 3624135g
Parasol lace shawl
Sizes42x180cm 16½x70 ¾in
Charm Lace Weight, Autumn Dusk 3626185g

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