Short Description: I love the way a crescent shawl hangs as it hugs the shoulders, and I wanted to build a pattern of simple sections that were easily memorised yet finished as an attractive, universal shawl. Bahaal is just that. Worked in sections of straight forward Stockinette Stitch and double yarn overs I compiled the order of sections using the Fibonacci Sequence - a sequence found over and over again in nature and extremely pleasing to the eye. The result is a healthy sized shawl with clean and orderly texture
Gauge: 16 stitches x 32 rows = 4”/10cm in Stockinette Stitch BLOCKED
Finished Measurements: 96“/244 cm wide, 30 “/76 cm deep.
Materials Used: 4 skeins Flying Fibers Yarn Company Yorkshire Medley; 100% British Wool; 262 yds/240 m, 100g, shown in “Whitby Shale” or 1022 yds/935 m in DK weight yarn.
Needle Size: US 6/4 mm 30”/76 cm circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge.