Jules Shawl

The simple lace pattern, easily customizable sizing, and lovely shape make this shawl an intermediate knitter’s dream. It’s a dedication, of sorts, to my friend Julie, who helped out by test-knitting (and re-writing parts of) this shawl right around the time my second baby was born and my brain… wasn’t working so well. So, thanks, Jules!

Materials

  • Finished Measurements: Final measurements will depend on many factors, including yarn weight and number of Section 9 repeats you work prior to the Final Section. You can make this as big or little as you’d like! Sample is approximately 60” wide & 19” deep at center.
  • Yarn: approximately 300-450 (or more) yards of fingering- or sport-weight yarn. For two-color mitts, substitute 25 yards of color B. I used Knitted Wit Bling, colorway A Box of Macarons.
  • Needles: US4/3.5mm circular needle, 24” or longer, or size needed to get gauge.
  • Notions: stitch markers, tapestry needle.
  • Gauge: 24 sts = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch, measured after blocking.