The traditional top-down triangle shawl gets tweaked a little here: worked in worsted weight, the placement and spacing of the increases move the center spine slightly off-center and creates a short side and a longer side to the shawl. This is a great weight to wear over a light jacket on these cool spring days, and the shaping makes a shawl that stays put.
Stockinette stitch is alternated with a garter ridge, and the edging is ribbing that widens gradually to create an almost-but-not-quite ruffle.
Each section uses approximately 220 yards of worsted weight yarn.
The finished measurements are: wingspan, approximately 42”; back length along spine, 17”.