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Pauza is an infinity shawl that is easy to knit and looks great in both solid and ombre yarn.
Pauza is a slightly irregular triangle started at one corner, the pattern is repetitive. Vertical eyelet lines attract attention while chevron elements serve as background. If the shawl is knit in two colours or in ombre yarn, they form an additional effect of meandering lines.
The shawl is reversible, the main pattern is created on the RS whilst the WS is a combination of knit and purl stitches plus every ten rows there is a special stitch creating a large eyelet.
The pattern uses basic lace stitches – increasing, decreasing and yarnovers. The challenge is the large eyelet stitch which is explained in the photo tutorial at the end of the pattern.
Yarn – any ranging from light fingering to sport or even DK, natural / blockable fibers. My orange shawl is done in one skein of Malabrigo Mechita, the yellow striped shawl is done in 4 skeins of Drops Safran, 100% cotton.
- Independent Designer
- Anna Lipinska (Yellow Mleczyk)
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