Windermere Lace Wrap
From the Knit Picks Website:
This pretty shoulder wrap is a shallow, slightly rounded triangle, knitted in one piece from the bottom up with no central spine to disrupt the continuity of the allover lace patterning. The wings are shaped with double increases at the end of each right-side row, and the top edge is finished with a picot hem. The decorative hem contributes weight, causing the wrap to stay in place on your shoulders.
The design was named for Windermere, the largest of the lakes in the English Lake District. It attempts to capture the ethereal quality of early morning mist rising over the lake.
Gauge: 1 full lace repeat = 5” x 1.62”
US 3 (3.25mm) circular needles or size to obtain gauge
US 5 (3.75mm) straight needle or two sizes larger than size to obtain gauge (used for cast-on only)