• 72” (183 cm) wingspan
• 21” (53.5 cm) depth at center back
Materials: 3 skeins (385 yards/110 grams) Lost City Knits PathWays Sock Yarn (100% Merino), color Cerrillos
Needles: size US 3 (3.25 mm) long circular, optional double pointed needle for bind off
• 5 stitch markers; 2 regular, 1 each labeled A, B, and C
• blocking tools
• tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Gauge: 26 sts and 36 rows over 4” (10 cm) in stockinette stitch
When pattern calls for you to Work Plain, refer to the Definitions section and work a Plain Right Side or Wrong Side Row, as called for in the pattern.
This pattern uses short row wedges, which are balanced by wedges turning on the same place from the other side of the shawl. Markers are used to track Short Row placement and are identified A, B, and C.
When working an Eyelet Row or Increase Row over Short Rows with A, B, or C Style markers, slip markers after the knit two together, before the yarn over.
In addition to the yarn overs at the beginning and end of every row there are 5 rows with increases in the middle of the work. These are noted as Increase Row X and are written out in the pattern. There are charts of these rows on Page 5 for visual people.