Frosted Goblet

by | Sep 3, 2010 | Uncategorized


I wish it were frosty here. I think it’s supposed to hit 97 degrees. September is not autumn in Florida. September is the month when Mother Nature sees if there is anyone left alive that she hasn’t burnt to a crisp. But this isn’t about weather, not directly anyhow.
This is about the Frosted Goblet Shawl. It’s now available for download from the PicnicKnits Ravelry Store. It’s been six months since it was published in Yarn Forward and I’ve had lots of folks ask about it, so now is your chance!


A beautiful shawlette worked in dk yarn, you start from the bottom up, but because you are using dk yarn and larger needles, you don’t have to cast on tons of stitches. Once the lace is worked the rest of the knitting is easy tv knitting and you end up with a beautiful warm shawl!


Needles: Size 8 needles (5 mm)

Yarn: Artesano 100% Alpaca DK, 50g/100m/109yd, alpaca, color Anemone, 4 balls

Size: Sample blocked to 60″ wide and 25″ deep

Gauge: 14 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in blocked stockinette

Notes: Worked from the bottom up by casting on all the sts for the lace. Offered in charted and written format.

The Frosted Goblet Shawl on Ravelry$6.00 USD


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