The Rosa pattern is now live! Hip hip hooray!

Rosa is a small, elegant top down triangle shawlette with simple lace inserts, equally suitable for wear as a scarf or as an evening wrap. This is a gentle introduction to true lace, in which the yarn overs occur on both sides of the fabric. Choose a beautiful solid or semi solid light fingering weight yarn to best display the lace pattern, which has the look of paper cut outs. The Bluefaced Leicester yarn used for the sample is smooth and sturdy, but still soft on the skin. Merino is another good choice for a soft, wearable fabric. Finished with an easy vertical lace edging to mimic the look of fringe, this is a fast and fun lace project you’ll love to wear.

50 inches wide, 20 inches long


  • 430 yds light fingering weight yarn – Shown in Rocky Mountain Dyeworks Bow Falls Fingering (100% superwash Blue Faced Leicester, 430 yds per 100g skein, 1 skein used) Note: I used 1 skein for the sample, but with very little yarn left over. You may wish to purchase an extra skein for security.
  • 1 U.S. size 3 (3.25 mm) circular needle 24 inches or longer
  • 2 stitch markers
  • tapestry needle

24 sts/37 rows = 4 inches in stockinette st

Buy it now for U.S. $6.50!

5 Responses to “Rosa”

  1. Natalie Says:

    This is beautiful!

  2. Jessica Says:

    Gorgeous! Love this pattern.

    That deep red is lovely on you. You look like a rose.

  3. Jodi Says:

    I love the horizontal lace inserts into the triangular top-down shawl–so clever!

  4. Sue Says:

    BEAUTIFUL!!! Love the pattern AND the color!

  5. the Lady Says:

    You’re looking good Kristen! Lovely scarf too. 🙂

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