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This is a crescent shaped shawl with pop-out spots.
Only one colour is worked at a time, stitches are then dropped to create the spots and texture.
It can be worked in a wide vareity of yarns in different gauges. A lace yarn with large needles like the Tvinni example gives a delicate drapy shawl. A fingering or dk weight yarn knit more closely (not such a large needle) is great for snuggling in to. This would also be a good choice for self striping and handspun yarns; giving many different colours of spots with little effort.
Alternatively, use left over yarns to work each row of spots and a solid colour for the background, to tie them together.
Listed below are approximate yarn requirements for a light fingering yarn.
Body (MC) 170m/186yds Spots (CC) 130m/142yds Edging (CC) 150m/164yds
Body (MC)250m/273yds Spots (CC) 250m/273yds Edging (CC) 230m/251yds
Large: Wingspan; 200cm, depth 50cm
Small: Wingspan; 165cm, depth 40cm