This top-down crescent shaped shawl combines Estonian lace stitches with intertwining cables to produce an eye-catching shawl a little different from the rest. Intertwining cables and eyelets depict butterflies, while nupp flowers interspersed through the twisting cable motif reflect a pretty garden cascading over a trellis. A picot bind off adds a dramatic flourish at the bottom edge – the perfect end to this beautiful accessory. No row is repeated, so you are never bored and the edges grow dramatically due to the extra increases. The Southern Blue is a species of New Zealand butterfly common to the Canterbury region, and it sports a similar blue-grey colour scheme to this beautiful shawl. Knit in Zealana Kiwi Fingering, it gives a little more substance than a laceweight shawl, but fortunately Zealana produce this lovely blue-grey colour in Kiwi Laceweight as well, should you wish to knit something more ethereal in appearance.