Antares

  • I am excited to announce my first ever pattern published in Twist Collective: Antares. To name this design I once again found a flower name. Antares are brilliant red night-blooming water lily, which is perfect… I originally swatched this design with red yarn, and the beautiful Estonian stitch pattern that I used is called water lily. See? Perfect.

    Antares is a triangular shawl that is worked from the top down, beginning with a tab cast on, and is shaped with increases worked on right side rows at both ends and on either side of the center stitch. Lace stitch grows out of the garter stitch rows that form the top of the shawl. Shawl is finished with a delicate beaded border.

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  • Materials

    • Yarn: Lace weight; 550 (800, 1125) yards.
    • Model: Black Trillium Fibre Studio Silken Lace in largest size.
    • Gauge: 17 stitches and 17 rows to 4 inches in stitch pattern, blocked.
    • Needles: US 5 (3.75 mm).
    • Crochet hook: US 13 (0.85 mm) for placing beads.
    • Beads: 275 (350, 450) Swallow Hills Creations 8/0 seed beads in Purple Iris (optional).
    • Finished size: 56.75 x 36.75 (68.75 x 43, 81 x 43) inches.
    • Stitch instructions: Charted only.
     
    Images against colorful background taken by Crissy Jarvis. Photos copyright © Twist Collective, 2015. Used with permission.