by Isabell Kraemer
Kyler is worked from the narrow point of the left edge. Stitches are increased every right side row in the lace pattern and then onward into the Stockinette stitch section. At the end of the shawl there is a rib border which is punctuated by some last rows of the lace pattern. The combination of lace, stockinette and ribbing give this shawl a sophisticated yet casual look.
Lace pattern is charted and written out.
Please note that most testers, who worked with yarns other than the original Ronas, used more yarn to finish the shawl as written. Consider purchasing an extra skein.
Finished Size: 88” (223 cm) wingspan, 55” (140 cm) wide at full side of right edge.
Gauge (after blocking): 20 sts x 27 rows = 4 x 4” (10 x 10 cm) in lace pattern after blocking.
Gauge is not crucial for this project but will affect yardage and final size when different.
Tools Needed: US 6 (4 mm) circular needle, 40” (100 cm) long or size needed to get gauge.
Sample shown in: Wild Daisy
Yarn: mYak Tibetan Cloud (100% Tibetan-breed wool, 328 yds/300m per 3.52oz/100g skein)
- 3 skeins
Optional Pattern: digital copy (via Ravelry) +$8