Posted on March 09, 2016 by Debbie Haymark | 0 Comments
Waiting for Rain is a lovely garter and lace crescent shawl that uses an unusual yet easy short row lace technique. It fits perfectly over your shoulders and drapes in a way which is very pleasing to the eye. It’s worked top down with lacy increases. This pattern has unusual architectural lace inserts.
Shawl is 20” deep and 80” long at the bottom edge.
Pattern - on Ravelry - approximately $5.07 US (this is a Canadian pattern)
You can purchase this pattern at iPurl
Needles - US size 6 circulars (we have stocked size 6 in 60 inch circulars)
Yarn - pattern calls for 780-800 yards of fingering weight yarn
Waiting for Rain KAL will start this coming Wednesday, March 2nd, from 1-4PM. It will meet every Wednesday in March for a total of 5 consecutive Wednesdays. If you use yarn purchased at iPurl, there is no charge for the KAL. If you do not use yarn purchased at iPurl, the cost of the KAL is $40.
Suggested yarns -
Rowan Felted Tweed
If you have questions, call or come by iPurl.