This shawl is worked from the bottom up, starting with a pretty lace border which flows into a twisted rib pattern for the body.
The body is shaped by short rows that are spaced a bit closer to each other than in most short row shawls. This makes the center back a bit deeper. It also gives the shawl a more pronounced crescent shape, makes it lie better over the shoulder, and creates a gentle flounce in the lace edge.
Wingspan: 51”/130 cm
Center back: 25.5”/65 cm
15 sts/30 rows over 4×4”/10×10 cm in lace pattern, after blocking. Gauge is not important, but will obviously affect the finished size and yarn consumption.
Both charts and written instructions are provided for the lace part.