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Knit Shawl Pattern ~ Gold Dust Gypsy

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My inspiration for this shawl is Ms. Stevie Nicks. A friend went to a recent concert and told me about the many shawls she wears and that I should design one for her. I’ve been a HUGE fan of Ms. Nicks since the 70’s, so I couldn’t resist! She is the ultimate Gypsy sprinkled with Gold Dust !
The original prototype shown in the pictures is an XLarge using 3,868 gold beads.

> Crescent shape and my new favorite twisted stitch (2st cable) edging creates a lovely finish to the top of the shawl. Beads are always optional, but really, how can you resist? :)
> Long beaded drippy tips create that flowing fringe appearance of many of Ms. Nicks’ shawls.
> Easy to read charts with accompanying concise written chart instructions (not row by row) to achieve the size and length you prefer.
> Advanced Beginner to Medium Difficulty as there is some easy patterning (knit/purl only) on the WS of the shawl and chart reading is required.

Please follow the instructions for downloading the pattern. I will check to see if the pattern has been downloaded and if not, will contact you. You are welcome to contact me as well.
This pattern is for personal use only, non-refundable..

Materials
Yarn: Lace or Fingering weight: 850-1800 yds
Beads: 850-3500 size 8/0 seed beads for lace weight and 6/0 fingering weight.
Gauge: 24 sts per 4 inches ~ approximately
Other: Recommend #4/ 3.5mm for lace and US #5 / 3.75mm for fingering 32” or longer circular needles, 1.0-1.15mm crochet hook for attaching beads, 3.5mm crochet hook, tapestry needle
My inspiration for this shawl is Ms. Stevie Nicks. A friend went to a recent concert and told me about the many shawls she wears and that I should design one for her. I’ve been a HUGE fan of Ms. Nicks since the 70’s, so I couldn’t resist! She is the ultimate Gypsy sprinkled with Gold Dust !
The original prototype shown in the pictures is an XLarge using 3,868 gold beads.

> Crescent shape and my new favorite twisted stitch (2st cable) edging creates a lovely finish to the top of the shawl. Beads are always optional, but really, how can you resist? :)
> Long beaded drippy tips create that flowing fringe appearance of many of Ms. Nicks’ shawls.
> Easy to read charts with accompanying concise written chart instructions (not row by row) to achieve the size and length you prefer.
> Advanced Beginner to Medium Difficulty as there is some easy patterning (knit/purl only) on the WS of the shawl and chart reading is required.

Please follow the instructions for downloading the pattern. I will check to see if the pattern has been downloaded and if not, will contact you. You are welcome to contact me as well.
This pattern is for personal use only, non-refundable..

Materials
Yarn: Lace or Fingering weight: 850-1800 yds
Beads: 850-3500 size 8/0 seed beads for lace weight and 6/0 fingering weight.
Gauge: 24 sts per 4 inches ~ approximately
Other: Recommend #4/ 3.5mm for lace and US #5 / 3.75mm for fingering 32” or longer circular needles, 1.0-1.15mm crochet hook for attaching beads, 3.5mm crochet hook, tapestry needle

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