Novato - Lace Shawl Pattern
Original shawl design from Nazanin S. Fard for Biscotte Yarns and worked with our CashSilk Lace. Instructions includes charts and written stitch pattern.
Note from the designer:
I named this beautiful shawl after my hometown of Novato in Northern California. The shawl is worked from center back neck down to the edge. The different patterns represent the diversity of nature in this area.
The wonderful lace pattern at the neck area represents the grassy fields, followed by an area of stockinette which represents the Novato creek, and trellis framed leaves pattern represents different native trees such as Redwood, Oak, etc.
The edging represents the beautiful hillsides that change color with the change of seasons.
Level of Experience: Experienced
- Wingspan: 60"
- Length at center back: 30"
- Biscotte Yarns - Cashsilk Lace, 50% Cashmere, 50% silk, 430 yds (395 m) / 50g per skein, 2 skeins shown in Denim colourway
- 40” circular knitting needles US size 3 (3.25 mm)
- Stitch markers
32 sts and 36 rows= 4” (10 cm) in stockinette stitch with US size 3 needles or size to obtain gauge after blocking
Pattern is in PDF format : a link will be sent by email after you place your order.
ERRATUM 2018-07-25: The pattern has been updated. We are really sorry for the inconveniences. Enjoy knitting your Novato Shawl ♥