By Padma R.
Twisting Waters is an elegant lace shawl that is worked sideways from one tip to the other, with the edging worked at the same time for an all-over lace fabric. The inspiration for this design comes from the sight of water flowing peacefully over pebbles in a river. Every now and then, the moving streams of water twist into long, curving lines. In the attractive body pattern, gently curving lines of twisted stitches mirror the flow of water, while yarn overs add lightness and drape. The leaf edging represents leaves that fall on the water surface and are carried along by the current.
Length: 188 cm / 74" along top edge, 218 cm / 86" at lower edge
Width: 66 cm / 26" at centre.
The sample is shown in Classic Blue.
Yarn Requirements: 2 x 100g skeins of Lascaux Fine
25% Manx Loaghtan Wool / 75% Punta Arenas Wool
Lascaux Fine 100 – 350 meters / 385 yards per 100 gram / 3.5 oz skein
Pattern is available as a downloadable PDF at checkout. A link for future download will also be emailed to you with your receipt.