Winds of change: foehn
Foehn (or Föhn) is the warm, dry wind - the snow eater; it can raise temperatures as much as 30C / 54F within a few hours – a wind of dramatic change. This wind goes by many names throughout the world – Chinook (western Canada), Sirocco (Italy), Bergwind (South Africa) and Zonda (Argentina).
Knit in the 'Sea Glass' colourway to reflect the colours of the Mediterranean and the unparalleled blue of the sky over the Rockies, "Foehn" will wrap you in lacy comfort.
"Foehn" is a heart-shaped shawl, knit from the bottom up, beginning with a Crochet Cast On (photo tutorial included). Stitches are decreased at the centre spine and outer edges to shape the shawl. Final stitches are ended with the Double Drawstring Bind Off (photo tutorial included).
Two sets of directions are provided, one for chart users and a full set of written directions for those who prefer to work from text.
A table is included showing stitch counts for each decrease row.