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Iris a sweet little shrug perfect for the Fall or Spring.
Light as a feather yet so warm and cosy. Wear it on top of a single tee with a pair of skinny jeans, or on top of a dress, maybe a little scarf or a cowl, and you’re ready for a new season!
Construction-wise I wanted to revisit the technique that I have used on the Myst shawl: Iris is knit flat, starting with a provisional cast on. It is knit sideways then a three needle bind off is used to create the opening for the sleeves and a few rows are knit in the round for the cuffs.
Stitches are then picked up to create the hem. And voilà!
The lace might look intimidating but it’s actually a very simple and meditative stitch to work on.
My favourite detail is probably the central lace panel where the two lace sides meet.
2 (2, 3) skeins of Blacker Yarns Samite, 460 metres (503 yards) OR appr. 920m (1006 yards) / 920m (1006 yards / 1380m (1509) yards) of fingering weight yarn.
A set of 3, 75mm needles (US5)
A crochet hook of the same size
19 sts x 36 rows = 4” (10cm) in lace stitch after blocking aggressively. The lace pattern is worked over 22sts and 12 rows
33” (37”, 41”) 83.8 (93.9, 104,1)cm long and 22,4” (57cm) deep / long
to fit bust 30-36” (38”-44” / 46”-52”)
Please note this pattern is physical copy and not a PDF. Note: This pattern does not contain Download Too Codes.