Landscape Shawl & Scarf (S-2002)
Rows of eyelet separate chevrons of garter, seed, stockinette, moss, and reverse stockinette stitches, creating a landscape of patterns on this shawl and scarf. These reversible designs show off the beauty of handpainted yarns and also make a wonderful casual shawl in solids, tweeds, or heathers.
Shawl is a classic triangle shape worked from the bottom point up. Scarf is shaped with ties long enough to knot or drape in front. (Scarf is now shown in pattern photo).
Sizes: After blocking, shawl measures approximately 40” deep. Top width may be adjusted with the cast off tension from 60” up to 75”.
Scarf measures approximately 12” deep and 28” along side edges.
Yarn Requirements and Needle Sizes: Shawl may be made in lace, fingering, sport, DK, or worsted weight yarns. Scarf is designed for fingering weight yarn.
For Shawl use:
1200 yards lace weight and size 4 (3.5 mm) needles.
1075 yards fingering weight and size 6 (4 mm) needles.
900 yards sport weight and size 8 (5 mm) needles.
775 yards DK weight yarn and size 10 (6 mm) needles.
700 yards worsted weight and size 10.5 needles.
200 yards of fingering weight and size 6 (4 mm) needles.