This beautiful intricate shawlette is worked from the top down and has a traditional triangle shape but no center spine. It is first shawlette in a series of seven, the Seven Songs. This one is named for a beautiful piano piece by Claude Debussy, “La Puerta del Vino” because of it’s gorgeous wine colored yarn in the beautiful Bugga base by the Sanguine Gryphon.
This pattern is provided in charted and written format, but due to the larger charts it is highly recommended that you use the charts and not the written. The pattern is long at 18 pages, but the last 11 pages are all the written instructions. For economy of printing if you use the charted instructions you can only print pages 2-7.