Knit during the Covid-19 outbreak and the resulting turbulence I needed something calming to knit that wasn’t just acres of garter stitch.
This side to side shawl proved to be unexpectedly therapeutic. Starting from just a few stitches it is worked in sections - weigh your yarn first - with an increase section, a long straight section and then a final short decrease section.
The end result is a reversible, elongated crescent-ish shawl. Easy to wear and with negligible leftovers - always a bonus.
Note: due to Covid-19 related issues I don’t have access to the laptop/software I normally use for charting. Hence this pattern is being sold in written form only. I would normally provide a chart for clarity but the narrow lace border is relatively straightforward to work from written directions only.
The pattern is provided at a slightly reduced price to reflect this - and once I’m reunited with my laptop then a chart will be added and the pattern reissued.
Yardage: 360 - 400m (400-440yds)
Needles: 4.0 mm
Finished size: 142cm (56") wide x 30.5cm (12") deep