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Birdsong Lace Shawl

birdsong lace shawl pattern

Birdsong


Noun

When something really awful happens, but it turns into something fantastic!
~ Urban Dictionary

Birdsong Lace Shawl is a crescent-shape shawl with interesting textures based on the concept of the whole is greater than the sum of its individual parts. The ever-changing design also makes Birdsong a fun and engaging knit. Birdsong is worked from the top down with increases on the sides and throughout the body and uses approximately 600 yards / 550 meters of fingering-weight yarn. It may also be knitted in heavy lace weight for a more open lacy fabric, or heavier sport/dk-weight yarn to showcase the stitch patterns more. Birdsong may be knitted with or without beads.

Birdsong is another original design of Hayley’s that utilizes her love for juxtaposition by combining lace with textural fabric. It is named after the Birdsong colorway – a Vivid Fiber Arts gradient that Hayley used for this design. The urban dictionary definition of Birdsong also resonants with her.

Birdsong is available for purchase on the fiber site, Ravelry. You don't have to be a member. Link to Hayley's Ravelry pattern page.

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Skill Level
Intermediate. Row-by-row written instruction for part of the pattern and charts only for the lace sections. Pattern – YO, ptbl, p2tog, and ssp – on some WS rows. 

Gauge
Gauge isn’t important but will determine the final size of the shawl. 

Yarns
Heavy lace, fingering, sport, and DK-weight yarns are all suitable. Finished dimensions may be adjusted by using different yarn weight and needle size to achieve varying gauges. Please refer to test knit data on the pattern page for more information. If you are knitting a gradient and want to use up the entire skein, section-by-section test knit usage is shown on page 3 on the pattern allowing you to go up a needle size at any given section. Do make sure you adjust your needle size on the wicker stitch sections accordingly. 

Tools
Due to the frequent changing of needle size in this pattern, circular needles with interchangeable tips are highly recommended in various sizes from US2 / 2.75mm to US6 / 4.0mm (depending on yarn weight and your knitting tension), cable needle, crochet hook, stitch markers, blunt tapestry needle, T-pins, and blocking wire(s) and mat (optional). 

Beads
Size 6 rounds or size 5 triangles for heavy-lace, fingering, and sport weight. Bead all or just some of these sections.

Section C – 18
Section D – 79
Section E – 110
Section G – 226
Section I – 305
Section J – 465
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Total beads – 1203

For more images of knitted Birdsong Lace Shawl, visit Ravelry pattern page.

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Birdsong Lace Shawl

This pattern is available on the fiber site, Ravelry. You do not have to be a member to download the pattern. If you are a member, it will also be added to your Ravelry library. If you are interested in this shawl, Hayley’s current/future designs, and/or just enjoy knitting with like-minded people, join our Ravelry Group, enVision – for knitters with discriminating taste for luxury yarns and exceptional patterns primarily in challenging lace designs.

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