Criosta ~ single printed pattern**
With a mesmerising sense of movement to its mesh-like horizontal lace, the Criostal shawl invokes the flow of water from crystal-clear mountain lakes to bubbling forest streams.
Worked sideways, using a basic lace repeat and simple increases and decreases, this intricate-looking shawl is surprisingly easy to knit, and to adjust in size. When worked at the specified yarn weight and gauge, a single skein makes for a mid-sized, gauzy, lightweight shawl which can also be styled as an elegant scarf. For best resemblence to the sample, work this shawl in a solid, semi-solid, or lightly variegated yarn, with some silk, ramie, or linen content. Criostal is Irish for ‘crystal,’ and is pronounced similarly to the English.
Designed by Ailbíona McLochlainn
MATERIALS & INFO
Apple Oak Fibre Works Yeti (466m [509.6 yards] / 100g [3.5oz])
shown in Forget Me Not
10cm x 10cm (4” x 4”) = 25 sts x 28 rows, in stockinette
blocked dimensions: 160cm x 45cm
circular needle, 3.75mm (US Size 5) in diameter, or as needed to meet gauge
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**a download link is available on the paper pattern. For an electronic version only, please see Ravelry: Designs by Ailbíona McLochlainn