We are excited to introduce another stunning pattern, the Bluebells Shawlette! This pattern was designed and generously donated by Sue Lazenby.
“Inspired by the intense carpets of blue in the woods and swathing the roadsides in Wales during late spring, Bluebells is a shawlette with a border of flower bells. Worked from the bottom up with short rows to form the shaping, it would be suitable for the adventurous beginner or the intermediate knitter wanting an easy but interesting knit. It’s a perfect size for between season wear, when a little extra warmth is still needed.”
What you need to get started:
- Fingering weight yarn, approx. 415 yd / 379 m per 100g. Suggest a wool / silk blend.
- Yardage required: 415 – 440 yd / 379 – 402 m.
- US # 7 / 4.5 mm 40” / 100 cm circular needle or size to achieve desired gauge. Needle size is a recommendation only
- US # 8 / 5 mm needle or one size larger than main needle for CO
- 8 stitch markers, cable needle (if required); blocking wires & pins
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To see what others have made from this pattern, please visit the Bluebells Shawlette pattern page on Ravelry.