FTAC-74x. Choose from trailing fuchsia lace or double fuchsia lace for these scarves by Eugen Beugler, both with scalloped edges. Shown in US sport weight (approx DK yarn), 22st to 10cm on 3.5mm needles.
Easy trellis lace st interlaced with floating cables to make a beautiful reversible scarf from Heartstrings, suitable for the advanced beginner. Both the width and length can be varied. Charted and written instructions.
AC-39. A mathematical mystery as well as a beautiful and practical scarf - the Moebius strip has only one surface and one edge and is also known as a 'smoke ring'. 4 ply yarn, lace tension 22sts to 15cm, 4.5mm needles.
Scarf in leaf lace pattern designed by Janet Szabo suitable for a confident new-to-lace knitter - 20 row pattern repeat, alternate rows plain. Approx 15cm x 168cm (6 x 66in), in approx 2 ply, charted and written instructions.
FTS-2001. People encircle a forest on a starry night on this triangular garter stitch shawl in lace weight yarn. Depth 40in, width 80in. 20sts=10cm, garter stitch. Evelyn Clark design
White Lotus stole falls into a shape between a rectangle and shawl with natural scalloped edging in flowing lace pattern with beaded nupps - the pattern creates a strong bias and needs severe blocking. 183 x 76cm (72 x 30in), in laceweight yarn, charted and written instructions.
4 crochet shawls shown in Sirdar Cotton DK, inc flower motif shawl (143cm x 56cm) in 1 or 4 colours and Lattice Lace shawl (56cm x 152cm)
Lace shawl (16 row repeat, alt rows purl) with frilled garter st edging and wrap (12 row repeat, alt rows plain) shown in Sirdar Ella DK.
Sirdar 7094 one size Eyelet Shawl (68cm x 136cm) with stocking stitch and knitted in Sirdar Hush laceweight mohair yarn to a tension of 17sts and 24 rows to 10cm on 5mm needles