It requires only one skein of fingering-weight yarn - I used Malabrigo Mechita in 'Pearl', a soft grey with a pretty tinge of mauve. It's a little more tricky than the Folia Crescent shawl, but aside from the provisional cast on and the final grafting it should be relatively intuitive once you've knit the first section or two of the lace. And the garter section is of course smooth sailing!
If you haven't tried a provisional cast on before or would like to try a new method, this is my favourite tutorial, using the crochet hook method: Crochet Provisional Cast On.
- a diagonal leafy lace panel surrounded by squishy garter stitch
- long enough to wear looped either once or twice
- knit flat with a provisional cast on and grafted to finish
- a stitch marker keeps track of the lace/garter boundary
- a one skein project in fingering-weight yarn, perfect for that precious single skein
- one size, easily enlarged by working extra garter stitch rows
- pattern includes full written instructions and hybrid charted + written instructions
You can see all the details and download the Folia Loop pattern via Ravelry, Loveknitting, Etsy, or Craftsy.
The remaining pattern in the collection, a triangular shawl, is currently being test knit and will be released in late September. You can find the collection-so-far here on Ravelry: La Folia Collection. The triangular shawl pattern will be added to the ebook once it's released.
Curious about the name La Folia? I introduced the collection and its musical inspiration in my earlier post, New pattern: Folia Crescent.