Danish Ripple Shawl
Can be worked in a fingering/4ply or lace weight yarn or why not try the smallest size with DK or worsted weight yarn for a really warm shawl. For thicker yarn you will need bigger sized needles and the amount of yarn required will vary.
Pattern contains full written instructions and charts.
3 Sizes, plus easy resizing.
4.5mm circular needle (80cm or longer) or size needed to obtain suitable gauge for your yarn.
Shawlette - 730m (820yds)
Shawl - 1000m (1093yds)
Super Shawl - 1500m (1640yds)
Danish tie shawls are traditionally worn with the central point down the back, the 2 ends cross over the chest then under the arms and the ends are then tied at the back. The long points facilitate this easy tying. It works really well to keep your shoulders and upper arms warm whilst keeping the ends out of the way and the shawl secure.
You can of course wear it anyway you want!