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Fast and pretty, this pattern creates a simple and elegant shawl that looks more complex than it is!

Worked in heavier weight yarn, this shawl that can also be wrapped around the neck as a warm scarf for cold days.

This shawl uses a simple lace repeat so it would be suitable for a first shawl project.

The pattern is charted and also has full written instructions.


44 [54]inches/ 112 [124]cm


21 [25]inches / 53 [64] cm.


Small size (Shown in Green): Fleece Artist Sea Wool: (70% Wool / 30% Seacell; 383yds/350m per 112g skein); Color: Moss; 1 skein

Yarn alternative for small size: Fyberspates 4 ply Scrumptious (45% silk, 55% Merino; 383yd/350m per 100g skein)

Large size (Shown in Gold): Fyberspates DK Scrumptious (45% silk, 55% Merino; 241yd/220m per 100g skein); color: Gold; 2 skeins.

Small size: 1 US 7/4.5mm circular needle, 24-inch length.
Large size: 1 US 9/5.5mm circular needle, 24-inch length or longer if necessary.

Tapestry needle; stitch markers.


Gauge is given for after blocking. Exact gauge is not critical for this project.

Small size: 19 sts/30 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch on US 7/4.5mm needles.

Large size: 16 sts/26 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch on US 9/5.5mm needles.

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