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By Hiroko Payne
Lingholm is a cape-length oval shawl, knitted from the back of the neck outwards, incorporating raglan shaping for a beautiful fit on the shoulders. Using a flowing series of contrasting textural lace stitches and eyelets meant to showcase the luxurious yarn used to knit it, Lingholm is a soft-as-a-feather accessory which will keep you surprisingly warm. Originally designed by Hiroko Payne in the now discontinued Road to China Lace, this beautiful shawl has been reimagined in The Fibre Co.’s Meadow yarn. The delicate edging makes use of short rows to create a subtle hi-lo hemline. The shawl is knit in stocking stitch lace with a small amount of work to be done on WS rows. Buy a Lingholm kit for yourself or a knitting friend!
The Fibre Co. Meadow (40% Merino wool, 25% baby llama, 20% silk, 15% linen, 498 m (545 yd) per 100 g hank) in Queen Anne’s Lace – 3 hanks.
1 pair 2.5mm (US 1.5) needles, either circular or straight
1 pair 3mm (US 2.5) circular needles with 100 – 150 cm (40 – 60 in) cable
1 cable needle (optional if working cables without a cable needle)
1 crochet hook (between 3-4mm / US 3 – 6)
30 sts and 53 rows to 10 cm (4 in) in Nupp Lace, using 3mm (US 2.5) needles, firmly blocked and allowed to relax slightly once completely dry.
143.5 cm (56 in) wide and 64 cm (25 in) deep
This knitting pattern comes as a PDF file, which will be downloadable via a link which will be emailed to you after purchase.
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