Moonlight Sonata Scarf or Shawl version 2
errata: (fixed on Dec 2010)
on Chart 1. On Row 5, a K2tog is missing after the first YO. On Row 15, an X (no stitch) is missing after the first purl stitch.”
The written instructions are OK.
On Moonlighted Snow –
Staccato of Wolf Tracks,
Northern Lights Dancing.
The Moonlight Sonata Scarf is a top-down, triangular shape scarf in two identical sections.
The reversible motif of moonlight is from A Third Treasury of Knitting Patterns - Charted Knitting Designs, by Barbara Walker, page 150, 151, 152. It is called Sunspots.
This is a version 2 triangular shawlette, I knitted chart 2 only 8 times. For larger size shawl, 12-15 times will be needed depend on the yarn.
Use US 6 for body of the shawlette, US 7 for 6 rows of garter edging, and US 6 for picot bind off.
I used 3 balls, have only couple inches left. I recommended 4 balls for this shawlette.