Short Description: Knitting pattern of an easy-to-work triangle shawl with a pretty lace edge that is begun at the center top and knit outwards to the scalloped hem.
Gauge: Note this shawl can be worked in any gauge, but it is essential to knit a 4” swatch in garter stitch to test your chosen yarn and needles. Instructions for the lacy version are based on a gauge of 4 or 5 stitches per inch
Finished Measurements: For lacy version: 72 to 78 inches across top edge; 34 to 38 inches at center back; For simplest version: 72 to 78 inches across top edge; 34 to 38 inches at center back
Materials Used: For lacy version: , 1,100 to 1,400 yards of fingering weight yarn; For simplest version: 700 to 1,000 yards of novelty yarn
Needle Size: Size US7 (4.5mm), US8 (5mm), or US9 (5.5mm) circular needles to obtain a gauge of 4 or 5 stitches per inch For Simplest version: Circular needle that is 3 to 4 sizes larger than recommended on yarn label
Other Details: Suggested Yarns: Jaeger Matchmaker Merino 4-ply, Prime Alpaca fine weight, Rowan or Jaeger 4-ply yarns, other soft fingering or sport yarn