Aperture by Ambah O'Brien | You can never have too many classics in your wardrobe, and nothing is more classic, or more versatile, than a triangle shawl. Aperture is worked as a top-down triangle in a simple, dramatic lace that makes for an engaging, yet pleasant, knit. Striations of lace stretch across the shawl, echoing the dappled shadows of sunlight filtered through leaves. Play with shadow and light in yarn form, and let your yarn choice shine. Choose from two sizes – the wearable small size knits up with just one special skein, or opt for the generous large size with two skeins.
Gauge: 20 stitches and 32 rows = 10 cm in Aperture Lace, blocked.
- Small (Large)
- Wingspan: 66 (90) ”/168 (229) cm
- Depth: 19.5 (25) ”/50 (64) cm
Measurements taken after blocking
- Weight: Fingering/4-ply
- MC: 400 (800) yd/366 (732) m
Sample shown in: Miss Babs, Woodbury, (fingering weight/4 ply, 65% merino, 35% tussah silk, 400 yd/366 m per 100 g), Cumin Oyster)
Needle Size: US 5 - 3.75 mm
Pattern Includes: Pattern includes fully written instructions accompanied by Lace charts.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
Languages: English | French