An elegant, graceful shawl, knit in the round from the center out. The square design features cables and simple lace motifs, and can also be knit at a heavier gauge to create a beautiful throw or baby blanket.
As written, the square version takes 1 whole skein of Westerly Sea Sock (only a few yards remained at the end) in the main color and approximately half to 2/3 of a skein of the contrasting color. Exact yardage may vary; you may need a second skein of the main color, but one skein of the contrasting color will be more than sufficient.
Pattern is both charted and written.
Instructions for converting to a triangular shawl are also included.
Several knitters have found that starting by using Magic Loop (and skipping the dpns completely) makes the start of this shawl far easier.
Tips on getting started:
I’ll admit…the beginning of the shawl is very fiddly. I think the best way to do it is:
Cast on 4 stitches to one dpn (this will be needle 4) using a lo