This pattern is both charted and written out. There are also some stitch explanations to facilitate your knitting. The lace patterning is worked on right side rows.
Gauge isn’t crucial in this pattern, but of course the shawl’s size will depend on your combination of yarn and needles. As written, the shawl measures approximately 28 inches down the center back, and has a 60 inch wingspan. Each repetition of the chart will add approximately two inches to the center back length. Since this shawl is knit from the top-down, keep in mind additional repeats will require much more yarn to accommodate the increasing width.
I would recommend using a fingering weight yarn with a high animal fiber content, but most of all it needs to handle strong blocking so that the lace can bloom.