The pattern is very, very easy lace (an eight-row repeat, and four of those are all purls). The decreases are all knit-2-togethers, which ends up creating a parallelogram-shaped shawl.
This became my take-anywhere project because it’s so easy to pick up and knit without much thought involved but still complicated enough to stay interesting.
I purchased 4 skeins of the yarn for this project, but knit the 36 repeats that pattern calls for in less than three skeins. 3 skeins was almost exactly 39 repeats.
I knit a hat (Foliage) with about half a skein, and used whatever up was leftover after the hat to wind up with a larger sized wrap. Final was 44 repeats of the lace pattern.
Pre-blocked, it measured 15 inches tall by 65 inches along one edge. Blocked, it measured 24 inches by 74 inches.
Shawl pin by Ruby Vegas.
I originally purchased this lovely yarn for myself and a Clapotis, thinking it was more blue than teal. Luckily, my Mom wears a lot of teal, so I decided to make a shawl for her using the yarn.