The Delovely shawlette (updated version) mixes simple garter stitch with a delicate Shetland lace edging. As a result, the shawl is completely reversible - both sides look the same.
The piece is worked backwards, beginning with the edging. After the lace edging is worked, stitches are picked up from a yarn-over-selvedge along the straight edge for the main portion of the shawl. The shape is accomplished with short rows.
I hope you like knitting it as enjoyed creating. Have fun! :)
14 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in garter st
310 meters of Fingering weight