Morning Dew has an intricate lace motif that is adorned with shimmering beads that evoke the sparkle of dewdrops in the morning sun. Just like nature, this shawl is a work of art, where each bead is a tiny masterpiece waiting to be discovered.
Designed in three exquisite sizes, the Morning Dew shawl pattern comes with easy-to-follow written directions, detailed charts, and a helpful schematic. But that’s not all! To make your knitting journey as enjoyable as possible, we’ve even included a link to a pattern progress tracker that will be your trusty guide through every step of the process.
This shawl pattern shines well with solid, semi-solid, lightly variegated, or speckled yarns. Picking an appropriate yarn for this project will ensure the yarn and the pattern are not in competition with one another, instead, they’re working together to create something magical.
This pattern is available in our Standard formatting. Low-visibility and screen-reader-accessible versions of this pattern are available with this pattern purchase. The low-visibility format is 24pt print in Arial, black font, no italics, and contains written directions (there are no charts to work from). The screen reader format has all the items mentioned above, contains no abbreviations, and accessibility was checked by the read-aloud function on both a Windows PC and Android device.
Small [Medium, Large]
47.75 [84, 113.5]” / 121.5 [213.5, 288.5] cm across the wingspan, 18.25 [32, 43.25]” / 46.5 [81.5, 110] cm deep, after blocking. The pattern sample is shown in medium size.
Tapestry needle, stitch marker (1), 284 [524, 1076] size 6/0 beads, crochet hook small enough for your beads
US5 (3.75 mm) 40” (100 cm) circular needles, or size required to obtain gauge
US7 (4.5 mm) 40” (100 cm) circular needles, or 2 sizes larger than gauge needles
289 [870, 1591] yds / 264 [796, 1455] m fingering weight yarn
Fall for November Yarns – Divine Sock
85% Superwash Merino 15% Nylon
437 yds (400 m) / 3.5 oz (100 g)
22 stitches by 26 rows in stockinette on smaller needles = 4” / 10 cm, after blocking. While gauge is not important, as the fit is not crucial, changes in gauge will result in size differences and the yardage required to complete the project.