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Beginning Lace Knitting




You’ll learn how to read a chart and how to work lace increases and decreases.

PATTERN INFO

Sizing 
Short (long) cowl measures approximately 10 inches wide by 22 (44) inches long before blocking. Scarf measures approximately 8 inches wide by 60 inches long. After blocking the piece will grow somewhat, depending on yarn choice and how aggressively you block the lace.

Supplies:

Gothic Lace Cowl or Scarf
pattern by Tin Can Knits, Emily Wessel
You can download the pattern free at ravelry - Gothic Lace Cowl
or paste this link into your browser - http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gothic-lace-cowl

Yarn
 
Worsted / aran weight yarn 200 yds for short cowl, 400 yds for long cowl or scarf
Rayna used Trenzar by Louisa Harding

Needles
US #8 / 5.0 mm or as suggested for your yarn

Notions 
stitch markers, darning needle


Skill Level: Beginner with Basic Knitting and Purling Skil
Instructor: Rayna Smith
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