Bluff Point Shawl is crescent shaped, beginning at top center back and worked down and outward. A center panel echoes the design elements. The pattern contains directions for both fingering and laceweight versions. The shawl is appropriate for solid or tonal yarns, and for handpainted yarns with similar color values. The shawl was designed to suggest the abundant switchgrass growing at water's edge at Bluff Point State Park in Connecticut.
This pattern is charted.
Fingering weight: 24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches, unblocked in stocking st.
Laceweight: 28 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches, unblocked in stocking st.
Gauge not critical; however significant variation will impact yardage.
After four decades working in healthcare, Kathy changed careers to textile design. She is a KnitPicks Independent Designer and is active on Ravelry, where her patterns are offered in the HappyKat Design Studio. She lives in Connecticut with her very supportive husband and totally indifferent cat.