FO: Shetland Triangle

Pattern: Shetland Triangle Shawl from Wrap Style

Yarn: Handmaiden Silk Maiden in Peridot, 1.2 skeins

Needles: US 7

Notes: This pattern was such a joy to make.  I had no issues with the lace pattern, and the yarn was just beautiful!  I knit 9 repeats of the main chart, 1 more than the pattern called for.  I could have knit more, but I wanted a smaller shawl.  I left off the last rows of the edging.  I would absolutely make this pattern again – it was so quick and easy to keep track of that it hardly seems like lace!  I would recommend this project to new-ish lace knitters – other than the edging it really is the same repeat every RS row.  I think this will be lovely this summer – now all I need is a summery white dress to go along with it!

 

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29 thoughts on “FO: Shetland Triangle

  1. mick says:

    So pretty! I’ve been eyeing this pattern for a long time, and I’ll definitely have to give it a shot. I love the color, too. It looks really lovely on you!

  2. so pretty! i’m knitting the flower basket shawl right now, but the shetland triangle is my favorite of all her patterns. it looks beautiful in that yarn.

  3. good grief, you are making me look bad :) i am just starting repeat #8. i think the shawl looks amazing! and i just love the color you chose.

  4. Busy as always, I see. ;) Love the shawl, the green colour is gorgeous with your hair!

    I hope you don’t mind me asking, but.. is it your own?? Because if it is, I think you’re really lucky to have such beautiful red hair. :)
    (My blonde hair comes out of a bottle, if it helps. Heh.)

  5. lisa says:

    Wow…you have really inspired me. I have never knit a shawl or lace before, but this one is so beautiful and you say it’s easy. I can hear my needles clicking now….

  6. Tracey says:

    Being a Shetlander myself, I’m very impressed with your shawl – beautiful! Now thinking I’ll knit the same shawls for my bridesmaids to wear at our winter wedding!

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