Garter Leaves is a crescent shaped shawl that is knit from the bottom edge to the top. Short rows are used in the center garter portion to give it a crescent shape.
The small shawl makes an elegant neckerchief or cowl. The medium shawl offers a little more coverage without being too ostentatious while the large shawl is a full blown knock out.
I love to wear the large shawl over a winter coat or sweater in the dead of winter. It makes quite a sumptuous scarf!
Includes charted and written lace instructions
small: 5 sts/ 10rs = 1" US #5 garter stitch
medium: 4 sts/8rs = 1" US #7 garter stitch
large: 3sts/6rs = 1" US #9 garter stitch
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