This crescent shaped lace shawl is available in two body sizes. It is one of two Shawls inspired by Estonian Stitch Patterns. The Estonian Blossom is the other.
I used approx. 12 grammes of Toho beads in size 8/0. Of course you can use bigger beads. I used the smaller beads because I wanted to add just a little sparkle.
The border stitch pattern is worked on right as well as wrong side rows, so I would say it is a design for advanced knitters.
The graph shows the size of my sample shawl directly after blocking
Thank you to Isabelle for the German translation.
IMPORTANT: Please note, that the 3 stitches increases between garter stitch border and shawl body are created from the strand between the stitches and not knitted into a stitch. The stitch glossery clearly says: “Row 3: K, yo, k into the strand between the two stitches.”