Fiber Dreams 101 Cecily PDF
Named for the character in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Ernest, the Cecily shawl from Fiber Dreams is worked in two pieces, each worked from the outer edge to the center. The two pieces are grafted together to form the finished shawl. As each side the shawl progresses, the stitches become simpler. Lace patterns are both charted and written out.
Skill Level: Easy-Intermediate
Length – 55 (60, 74)"
Width – 12 (17, 22)"
Yarn Requirements: 400 (650, 1000) yards lace weight yarn, such as SweetGeorgia CashSilk Lace (45% Cashmere/ 55% Silk; 55g/400yds)
Needles: US 5 (3.75mm) or size needed to get gauge and second needle of equal or smaller gauge to hold stitches for grafting
Gauge: 19 sts and 25½ rows = 4" in small motif, blocked