Firedrake Lace Shawl | LIVE Tutorial with Brenda K.B. Anderson

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Reminiscent of the scales of a dragon, this lace pattern is bold enough to stand out, even when worked in a self-striping yarn. Tassels and semi-precious stone beads dress up this shawl, adding weight to the ends to create a beautiful drape and keep the shawl in place. Make sure to download the free Firedrake Lace Shawl pattern.

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3 Responses to “Firedrake Lace Shawl | LIVE Tutorial with Brenda K.B. Anderson”

  1. Robin DeBie
    Robin DeBie

    In written instructions, I think you may be missing the very last CH 7 before the final TR stitch at the END of ROW 8 (It is correct on row 4) and I’m not sure if the stitch count for that row is correct; I get 136 stitches, not 134 – but I’m not 100% sure. I tend to start out with the written instructions then go to the chart as I get more comfortable with the pattern. I made the shawl with a self-striping cake in purples and pinks and it is gorgeous!! Great for our southern weather. Thank you for this pattern!

  2. Robin DeBie
    Robin DeBie

    The difference in Stitch Count referred to in my previous comment may be due to the “turning chain” that you count as one stitch and I may have counted it as three. Sorry for the confusion.