CeCe Shawl – by Francesca Hughes


Cece Shawl is a large rectangular lace shawl, with the middle section knit flat first, picking up the edge stitches the shawl is continued in the round. Mostly using the same stitch pattern, you should begin to remember it well. Do not forget, the way the stitch is worked will be different once you start in the round. The shawl finishes with interesting and open stitches, and a braided cast-off. As the stitch pattern stitch counts change on almost every row you will not have the same stitches as cast on at all times. Placing a marker between every repeat will help you keep track.


John Arbon Textiles Appledore, lace 

Shade: Billy Down Pippin; 5 skeins (250g)

Finished Measurements

Width: 61cm/24″ Length: 178cm/70″

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3.75mm / US 5 circular needles (min 100cm/39” length) for working in the round.
Always use a needle size that will result in the correct gauge after blocking.


22 sts / 30 rows = 10cm/4” after blocking