A Victorian triangle shawl in two sizes (petite/tall) to work from neck to hem in fine laceweight yarn. The composition is a treat, from its rosebud stripes to its botanical hem—a profusion of pattern that appears to be complex, but is actually very easy to work, with intermediate stitch patterns and wrong side rows almost entirely in purl.
Shown here in Fibre Isle Kami Bison, color Rose Petale
Cormo Lace, Yak + Silk Lace, Modern Deco Lace, Shetlandia Fingering, Jacob Fingering, Kent Lace, Fresh Lace, or any relaxed laceweight blend with 225 to 250 yards per ounce. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size.
28(34) inches long at center back and 72(80) inches across top edge (stretched and blocked)
24 sts and 42 rows = 4 inches in stockinette on smaller needle (unblocked)
size 2US (2.75 mm) circular needle for body (or size to obtain correct gauge); DPNs in same size for grafting the starting edge (optional)
size 2.5US (3.0 mm) circular needle for hem (or .25 mm larger than body needle)