“Where the rushes grow on the edge of the water” - that’s how the Natives named the place in Québec, famous for the novel of the same name by Anne Hébert and even now called one of the most beautiful villages in the province.
I deliberately did without a scalloped edge since I do like to wear my shawls as scarves – they get scrunched up and worn in damp weather, and there is nothing more futile than a lovingly blocked scalloped edge that gets rained or snowed upon.
The pattern includes instructions for the lace weight version as well as the fingering weight version.
Gauge for smaller version: 19 sts/33 rows
Gauge for larger version: 15 sts/26 rows
smaller version 58” (from tip to tip)x22”
larger version 70” (from tip to tip)x26”