This is a popular knitting pattern of a triangle shawl in two sizes featuring multiple stitch patterns. The triangle is knitted from the neck edge outward; the top edge is self-trimmed.
Also see the Honeybee Stole for the same motif used in another beautiful pattern.
Suggested Yarns: Elemental Affects Cormo, Bare Naked Woods Cashmere, Yak + Silk, Wooly Wonka Fibers merino laceweight, Fearless Fibers merino laceweight or cashmere laceweight, Knitting Notions merino laceweight, Briar Rose Sea Pearl, Handmaiden Mini Maiden or 2-ply silk/cashmere, Jaggerspun Zephyr, or any laceweight yarn having 160 to 210 yards per ounce
Finished Size: blocked dimensions: 31(35)”L at center point and 72(78)“W across top edge
Yarn Requirements: petite = 900 yds of laceweight yarn; tall = 1100 yds of laceweight yarn
Gauge: unblocked: 26 sts and 36 rows = 4” in stockinette
Needles: size 5US (3.75mm) 24” circular and 32” circular designed for lace; DPN needles in same size for grafting edges are helpful, but optional