Short Description: This top-down shawl uses lace or fingering weight yarn in five different colors. Hold two strands of yarn together and knit thick garter stitch stripes in this top-down triangular shawl. Short rows are added to one half of the triangle in an eyelet stitch pattern, forming a long asymmetrical shape.
Gauge: 24  sts & 44  rows = 4” / 10cm in garter stitch
Finished Measurements: 19 ” / 48 cm from CO to BO along center stitch, 100 ” / 254  cm wingspan along top edge. Measurements taken after blocking.
Materials Used: Yarn: Lace [Fingering] weight. Yarn is held double.
Lace Weight Version
- Color A: 470yds / 430m
- Color B: 445yds / 407m
- Color C: 260yds / 238m
- Color D: 305yds / 279m
- Color E: 221yds / 202m
Fingering Weight Version
- Color A: 220yds / 201m
- Color B: 285yds / 261m
- Color C: 360yds / 329m
- Color D: 420yds / 384m
- Color E: 320yds / 293m
Needle Size: 40” US 5 / 3.75mm [US 7 / 4.5mm] circular
Other Details: Yarn is held double throughout the entire shawl. Using AB means to hold colors A and B together as one strand. Lace and fingering weight versions are a similar size, but the fingering eight version is worked with one less short row and garter stitch section.
Notions: Tapestry needle, 2 stitch markers