This long, triangular shawl is shaped by inserting stockinette stitch stripes into the body of the shawl. The shape of the shawl is a right triangle - start knitting at the point and keep going until you finish the chart. The i-cord edge is knit along with the body of the shawl, so there is no picking up or seaming at the end.
There is only one size to this shawl - 76" long x 25" wide; however, the size can be adjusted by changing yarn or needle size.
The gauge is not overly important. When designing, I wanted the fabric to be somewhat open, hence the choice of a US10/6mm needle.
The original version of the shawl was knit in Hazel Knits *Lively DK* (90% Merino, 10% Nylon; 275 yards). I used approximately 1.75 skeins. Any DK weight or light worsted weight yarn should work well with this pattern; you will need between 440 & 550 yards.
Note - there are two downloads with this pattern when purchasing off of Ravelry. The first is the pattern itself. The second is the chart. Th