This dainty shawl sits perfectly around the neck and over the shoulders because the top edge of the shawl turns through a 270° angle at the back of the neck. Instead of being a triangle, the shawl is 3/4 of a square, with one corner of the square forming the point at the bottom of the back:
It is a seamless knit worked outwards from the neck, where it begins with Judys Magic Cast-On. The pattern includes a tutorial for this as well as for making ‘nupps’, the dense bobble-like stitches that feature abundantly in the shawl’s border.
The finished shawl measures 152cm/60″ wide at the widest point and is 76cm/30″ deep at the centre, as shown in the blocking diagram on page 7.
75g of 2ply/laceweight yarn with approximately 836 metres/920 yards per 100g (209 metres/230 yards per 25g).
The pictured sample was knitted with Rowan ‘Kidsilk Haze’ in Royal #613.
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
4mm/US 6 circular needles for flat knitting with long rows.
6.5mm/US 10½ needle for casting off.
Adjust needle size as necessary to achieve specified tension.
14 sts and 26 rows per 10cm/4″ in blocked Shawl Lace pattern.