in J&S 2 ply lace weight yarn or other 2 ply/3 ply yarn
The Shetland lace pattern known as cockleshell is usually used for straight scarves. But it is a pattern which lends itself to other pieces. Scarves don’t work where I live, because of the wind, so I designed this wrap for everyone who has a tendency to lose scarves...!
2 (3, 3, 4) 25g balls Jamieson and Smith 2 ply Lace Weight Shetland wool
4.5 mm (US 7) needles
2 stitch markers
Size S M L XL
To fit bust 76 96 117 137 cm
up to 30 38 46 54 in
Length of 61 69 79 89 cm
each piece 24 27 31 35 in
Width 21 21 24 28 cm
8 8 9.5 11 in
Total metres 320 480 480 640
Total yards 360 540 540 720
19 sts and 32 rows to 4 ins in the cockleshell pattern on 4.5 mm needles or size required to obtain the correct tension. Both figures are after washing and blocking
Two identical pieces are knitted. These are then sewn together in an L shape. The ends of the L can also be sewn to form a ring.
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