Inspired by the night sky and the rare sight of a meteor shower, this large triangular shawl is the perfect accessory for keeping out the chill. With stripes of memorable lace set amongst soothing stocking stitch, Shooting Stars
is ideal for using those special skeins. With endless colour combinations this will soon become your go-to shawl!
Knit in Whistlebare’s 'Yeavering Bell' the mohair helps to give an ethereal glow to the stripes of silver lace ‘shooting’ across the purple sky. This elegant shawl is ideal for those wanting to experiment with colour.
You can find tutorials and information on yarn substitution over on my blog
One size. 173cm/ 68” wide x 79cm/ 31” deep.Gauge
18 sts x 33 rows over 10 cm/ 4” in stocking stitch, after blocking.Yarn
Whistlebare Yeavering Bell 4 ply. 1 skein of each colour. Used 333m of MC (purple) and 270m of CC (grey)Needles and notions
4mm (US 6) circular needle
This pattern also includes a large print version for those with additional needs. This includes: full written instructions, all text in black, Arial font in size 22 used throughout with no italics.