Charming and fine as a lark, this unconventionally shaped shawl is open at the center front for breathability and less bulk for milder weather. The triangular outline is created from the bottom up with decreases along a center spine and at each edge with no stitches to pick up. Each row gets shorter and simpler as you go along. Cloud edging is worked first with stripes separating the two featured lace and texture panels. Lace is both written and charted. Pattern is designed for advanced beginning to intermediate level knitters ready to track basic decreasing within changing stitch patterns.
Wingspan: 133"/338 cm from Tip to Tip
Depth at Point: 11"/28 cm
Gauge: 22 sts and 32 rows per 4"/10 cm in stockinette on smaller needles
Yarn: 490 yards/450 meters A, 325 yards/300 meters B, 30 yards/25 meters C Fingering Weight yarn
Tools: Size 4 (3.5 mm) 60" (150 cm) or longer circular needles, Size 5 (3.75 mm) 60" (150 cm) or longer circular needles, stitch markers