Lily's Slice of Pi Shawl
The shawl is constructed using Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Pi Shawl construction, halved. The result is a semi-circular shawl that only has 7 or 8 increase rows (depending on whether you chose to do a ruffled edge or not). The increase rows are not within the lace charts, so whilst the shawl looks complicated, in reality it is not that complex as you do not have to try and fit in additional repeats of the charts.
The pattern is written out in full, but also provides large clear charts so you can chose whichever option you prefer to follow during your knit. The pattern is written in large clear font, as are all Stitched Together Designs and stitch counts are provided on each increase row so you can check that you have the right number of stitches before you start the next lace section.
This versatile and stylish shawl is sure to become a staple of your wardrobe as soon as it is finished.