Single-ply fingering weight yarn knit on larger needles produces a lovely gauzy fabric that makes this a great summer shawl - perfect for a walk on the beach in the early morning or evening.
Most of the shawl is plain stockinette with decreases at each side and in the middle; one row out of 20 has short-rows and requires a bit of attention! Knit from the bottom up, you pick up speed as you go and there is no long cast off – just one final double decrease and you’re done!
Knit it as shown in three colors, or use as many as you like.
If you’ve never done or are not comfortable with short-rows, try my free Lizard Ridge dishcloth pattern as a practice piece.
Finished measurements: approximately 178 cm wide and 94 cm deep
Gauge: 18 stitches and 30 rows to 10 cm in blocked stockinette (larger needles)
Note: Though conversions to the metric system have been made on this page for your convenience, the pattern itself uses American measurements.