Eyelex Shawl


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  • This is a PDF knitting pattern.

    This garter stitch shawl begins with the center triangle shape. Eyelets decorate the easy to knit fabric as you increase stitches at the edges of Section 1. Then, you will pick up stitches to continue knitting toward the border. The pattern features three shades of LolaBean yarn faded from light to dark. You can increase the shawl as large as you want or follow the recommended pattern repeats and color changes.

    Enjoy this relaxing project and unique construction method as you travel or watch your favorite tv shows!

    All rights reserved. Pattern for personal use only.

  • Finished Measurements
    79″ / 201cm wingspan length, 24″ / 61cm from CO to BO edge measured along the center. Measurements taken after blocking.

    Fingering Weight

    Color A - 330yds / 302m
    Color B - 380yds / 347m
    Color C - 350yds / 320m

    US 4 / 3.5mm in 47″ / 120cm length or size needed to obtain gauge

    1 split ring marker, 2 stitch markers, tapestry needle

    18 sts & 48 rows = 4″ / 10cm in garter stitch after blocking

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  • LolaBean Yarn Co. Wax Bean
    (80% Merino Wool, 20% Silk; 400yds / 366m per 100g skein)

    Yellow Orange Sample

    Color A - Day Glow (lightest)
    Color B - Luminous
    Color C - Blazing (darkest)

    Gray Blue Sample
    Color A - Trinket (lightest)
    Color B - Bijou
    Color C - Gemstone (darkest)

    The samples feature the lightest color as color A to begin the shawl and finish with color C as the darkest color. You can use your yarns in any order you like.