A triangular shawl worked from the center top to long lower edge in a sampling of eyelet stitches.
Approx 62” across top and 29” high at center, blocked
Cerro by Classic Elite Yarns (85% pima cotton, 15% alpaca; 50 g = 150 yards) 5 hanks 7150 Golden Honey
Circular knitting needle (24”) in size US 5 (3.75 mm) or size to obtain gauge.
Two stitch markers
22 sts and 29 rows = 4” in St st; 24 sts in main pattern from chart meas approx 5” wide. Take time to save time, check your gauge.
Shawl is worked from the top down; circular needle is used to accommodate stitches, but piece is worked back and forth in rows.
The chart is worked once on each side between the 2 edge garter stitches and 2 center garter stitches.
Chart rows 1-21 establish a diamond on each side of the center 2 garter stitches then each repeat of chart rows 22-33 adds an additional diamond to each side. When working chart rows 22-33, work stitches before outlined pattern repeat once, then work pattern repeat as many times as possible, then work stitches after outlined
pattern repeat once.