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Date 11/22: An error has been discovered in this pattern. Cast on 90st. When completing the chart do the following: Complete the first set of 4sts, then complete the repeat of 10st-8 times, end with the first set of 4sts, followed by the last 2 sts of the chart (90st). Many thanks to Louise for this feedback.
Pattern Errata or And Insights
Swizzle Stick Suri
Alpaca Beautie Lopi Lace Shawl
Date 03/10: More information about this pattern. This pattern is worked side to side (tip to tip) beginning at the left edge of the shawl. Additions of a 9st lace repeat creates the shawl length. Once 7 lace repeats are completed, this set is repeated twice more for the centre back width (3 sets of 7 lace repeats), then you are ready to decrease to complete the right side of the shawl. Many thanks to Lucy for her questions. Side to side construction is unusual for a shawl but you will be so pleased with the results!
Alpaca Merino Lopi Legwarmers
2010 - present
2010 - present
Date 11/15: More information about this pattern. This pattern was originally designed with TnC lopi. I have substituted 2 skeins of hand-dyed Twisted Sisters lopi for the kit. Make sure you have the gauge specified. It might mean moving up to a 5.0mm needle to achieve the 17 st in 4 in. Otherwise you may run out of yarn!