This fingering-weight triangular shawl is worked from the top down in a pretty lace pattern repeated throughout. A gradient yarn kit with four colours creates the lovely colour effect shown here. Any amount of yarn may be used; be sure to finish at the end of a 12 row repeat. Try this pattern with a gradient kit, gradient skein, separate colours, or a single colour. The possibilities are endless! The lace pattern is easy to master. All wrong side rows are purled. This shawl is easy to wear with curved wings that wrap around your shoulders. Amount of yarn required per colour: approx 110 yd of MC; approx 154 yd of CC1; approx 150 yd of CC2; approx 96 yd of CC3. Total: 510 yd. Shawl is worked flat, but a circular needle is used to accommodate the large number of stitches. Pattern includes list of abbreviations, diagram, and the pattern instructions are both written and charted. Finished measurements: Approximately 27 inches (69 cm) deep at middle point and 46 inches (117 cm) long across the top, after blocking. Skills required: knitting lace, blocking lace. Stitches used: k, p, k2tog, SKP, yo, M1 (backward loop cast-on), M1L, M1R.