Savanna by Jen Lucas


July 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
450 - 480 yards (411 - 439 m)
One Size: Wingspan: 50”; Depth: 16”
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Savanna is a top-down shawl that starts with semi-circle shaping and then moves to a more traditional shawl shape as the lace is worked. Carefully placed stitch patterns allow both the lace and this interesting transitional yarn to shine together in one beautiful shawl!

pattern notes
This shawl pattern was created for Done Roving Frolicking Feet Transitions yarn. With just one ball of yarn, you can create a shawl that contains 4 complementing colorways. Sample was worked by knitting the yarn starting from the inside of the ball.

Want to make your shawl bigger? This pattern ends by working Chart A one final time. You can make your shawl larger by adding additional repeats of Chart A at the end. Remember, adding length to your shawl will affect the amount of yarn needed.