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Lace 1, 2, 3





Designer: Knit Picks Design Team
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: Scarf: 78" x 7.5", Shawl: 54" x 21", Throw 72" x 28"
Yarn Shown: Luminance Lace Yarn
Yardage: 878 - 1664
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Scarf: Size 3 (3.25mm): straight or circular; Shawl: Size 6 (4mm): straight or circular; Throw: Size 8 (5mm): straight or circular
Fiber Type: Silk Blends
Weight: Lace
Please Note: There's an error in this pattern if you purchased it before 08/04/2006. Click here for the correction. DOWNLOAD FREE PATTERN Adobe® Acrobat® required.
Feather and Fan is a knitter’s ultimate comfort food pattern. It’s a stitch that one can count on for nearly any kind of project – from beautiful scarves to stunning shawls to cuddly throws. The 4 row pattern is easy to memorize and perfect for those wanting to try lace for the first time.

Choose laceweight, sportweight or worsted weight yarn for one of 3 projects included in pattern.

Pattern also available in Beyond the Basics eBook


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Need help figuring out the increases and decreases in your lace pattern? Check out our Lace Increases and Decreases Tutorial for instructions and helpful tips.

Need a hand deciphering the chart in your lace pattern? Check out our Lace Chart Reading Tutorial for instructions and helpful tips.

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To learn more about blocking your finished lace project click here.

Oops! There's an error in this pattern if you purchased it before 08/04/2006. Click here for the correction.
5 out of 5 stars

I was a brand-new knitter back in 2007 and I thought I couldn't knit lace. Until I saw this pattern. It was my very first lace knitting project. I double stranded Alpaca Cloud, and the stole I made has become my "take it everywhere I go" shawl. I get tons of compliments.