TILTING TOWERS in one skein of lace. The blocks zig zag; tilting in an Escher-like style; making your eyes do a dance while focussing on the motif. Garter stitch borders lock the holey grid together and frame the shawl.
Uncomplicated and effortless to make – a rhythmic pattern repeat that is soothing to work; just a simple rectangle; no seams and two threads to sew in - one at the beginning and one at the end.
Cast-off loosely. I do suggest you block rigorously; wet thoroughly, lie out on a towel to dry naturally making sure to pull out to define shape.
FINISHED SIZE: when washed and blocked - length: 202cm, width: 70cm
ABBREVIATIONS k: knit | p: purl
St(s): stitch(es) | R: row yo: yarn over, starting at front of work pass yarn over needle to back. When you reach a yo on next row, k as directed. This should create a hole. sl1: slip a st without working from left to right needle sl1pw: slip a st purlwise (with yarn to front) without working from left to right needle - move yarn to back (through needles, not around the needle). Do not create a new st. psso: pass slipped st over k2tog: k 2sts together as one st