A triangular shawl in two versions, worked from the top down.
Knitted at a very loose gauge as shown, the shawls are light and drapey for spring and summer. Knit them at other gauges and with other yarns for different effects and densities.
Both written and charted instructions.
Version A (green, Mikonos yarn) is easy to resize. It is possible to resize Version B (yellow, Setanova yarn), but it is more challenging.
PLEASE NOTE gauge for version A (Green) is 12 sts x 20 rows (4/10 cm > St st). Gauge is however not very important for this project.
15 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches in St st
500 yards of DK weight
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