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"This shawl is knitted on a larger than normal needle to give a looser look to the lace," says Crawford. Not to speak of more drape, light warmth, and sheer... cush. The pattern is a 16-row repeat and is not charted; but as you can see, it's so clean and simple that it should be easy to see where you are and where you're going. The pattern notes that: "The circular needle is used to accommodate the large number of stitches. Use it in the same way as straight needles, turning at the end of each row. Change to the straight needles after enough stitches have been decreased to fit (optional)."
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