This kit contains: yarn, pattern, beads and a stitch marker
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Before purchasing this item please make a note of the yarn colour you would like included in the kit by visiting the either the Peristera Lace page or choosing a colour from the Custom Dye options. If your colour choice is not in stock it will be dyed to order for you.
If you have a few options in mind and would like to see some pictures of different yarn and beads colours together then just drop me a message through the contact form. I will gladly send you some photos of combinations.
This kit contains:
Your choice of any colour 100g skein of Peristera Lace Yarn (55% superwash blue-faced leicester wool and 45% silk)
1 pattern (PDF or print)*
750 Size 8 (3mm) seed beads
1 removable marker
An organza project bag
In addition you will need**:
1 x US size 4 (3.5mm) 32-40” (80-100cm) circular needle
1 x 0.5mm crochet hook for adding the beads
About this Pattern
This large, yet soft and delicate, top-down triangular shawl is ideal for romantic dinners, evening strolls or just adding a touch of sparkle to the everyday. Streams of diamond lace cascade outward from the centre spine, ending in a splash of lace along the border. Beads in the centre of each motif twinkle in the light, like the glinting of the sea at sunset. Thanks to the simple and repetitive stitch pattern, the adventurous beginner will find this a great introduction to beaded lace, whilst the seasoned knitter will enjoy the easy-to-memorize pattern.
A video tutorial on how to work the Diamond Lace stitch pattern and add a bead to each centre is linked in the pattern. It also includes handy tips on how to read your lace stitches, so you can easily double check that your lace stitches are in the right place on each row.
Choose a smooth laceweight yarn in a solid or semi-solid colourway to show off the stitch pattern. Opt for matching or contrasting coloured beads to let your personality sparkle.
A handy stitch count checklist is provided at the end of the pattern to help you keep track of your progress.