Lily of the Valley Bridal Shawl
Knit this dainty bridal shawl in time for the wedding! Lily of the Valley is such a lovely delicate flower that seems to be popular as a bridal bouquet in weddings such as Prince William and Catherine’s! The Lily of the valley motif is charmingly repeated to represent a valley of these little flowers.
The shawl features the lace motif with leaves and stems, and on each of the stems--the little florets are knitted bobbles for added dimension. The side edging is a simple lace pattern loaded with nupps. The bottom edge pattern also has the little bobbles incorporated into the fancy lace pattern. There are colored charts as well as written directions to work this shawl which is knitted from the bottom up and joined in the center!
Finished measurements after blocking are: 80” long x 21” wide.
Yarn: 1760 yards lace weight. Sample was made using 2 hanks Knitpicks Bare 100% Merino Wool; 880 yards/100 grams; color--natural.
Needles and Notions: 2—36” circular knitting needle