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Terpsichore Street PDF

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  • Author: Rosemary (Romi) Hill

The muse of dance and choral music, Terpsichore’s name means literally “delight in dance.” The Terpsichore Street shawl is a classic beauty, showing the fleur-de-lis, a symbol of New Orleans, surrounded by a delicate mesh. This shawl can be knit in three versions: one using fingering weight yarn, and the other two using laceweight. The medium laceweight version features a strip of beaded and sequined cashmere. The smallest version, in fingering weight yarn, is bound off with a simple picot edge. The larger laceweight versions, one with a strip of beads and sequins fit for a night on the town, feature a knitted on edging. The lace pattern is both written and charted.

This pattern is available as a PDF download.

Size: Small Fingering Weight (Medium Laceweight, Large Laceweight)
Finished Measurements: Width, tip to tip: 68 {69, 70} inches after blocking; Depth: 16 {18.5, 20} inches after blocking
Yarn Requirements:
Fingering Shown: Ripples Crafts (WEBS does not carry), 1 skein
Medium Laceweight Shown:
MC: Artyarns Cashmere 1; color: 263 (Terra Cotta), 1 skein
CC: Artyarns Beaded Cashmere 1; color: 263/gold beads, 1 skein
Large Laceweight Shown: Sun Valley Fiber Farm (WEBS does not carry), 1 skein (approx. 650 yards used)
Needle(s): 1 - set US #5/3.75 mm circular knitting needles
1 - set US #4/3.5 mm circular knitting needles
Gauge: 20 sts/32 rows = 4"

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