July 20, 2023 at 02:56 PM
Charm Fichu Knitting Pattern Charted Only Simple Small Shawl Design
The Charm Fichu is a Lace Fichu Knitting Pattern for Beginner Knitters. This design is pretty simple, but very beautiful! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced knitter, this small shawl pattern is easy to follow and enjoyable to make. The pattern is fully charted (no row-by-row written instructions). Available in English. Charm fichu is a crescent shawl with large wingspan. It’s knitted in one piece from the center (garter tab cast-on) to the body, transition and edging worked with traditional lace stitch patterns. NOTES: You can use any natural fiber yarn of lace, fingering, or sport weight. The shawl is worked top down in one piece. Knitting skills required: reading charts, basic lace knowledge, blocking lace shawls. Skill level: medium. For knitting this shawl you will need: 50 -80 of lace weight, or 130-160 gr fingering-sport natural yarn suitable for shawls, 40-inch (100 cm) circular needles, crochet hook, blocking pins. White sample: Yarn: DROPS Baby Alpaca Silk, Yardage: 475.8 yds (435.1 m). Needles: US 6 (4.0 mm), US 7 (4.5 mm). Finished measurements: Wingspan: 66.9’’ (170 cm), Depth: 21.6’’ (55 cm). Blue sample: Yarn: Silk Mohair by Lana Gatto, Lace. Yardage: 464.0 yds (424.2 m). Needles: US 6 (4.0 mm). Finished measurements: Wingspan: 63’’ (160 cm), Depth: 21.6’’ (55 cm).