This pattern is part of the Haruni Variations Collection, an ebook that contains 5 patterns.
This crescent shaped shawl was designed for maximum wingspan with minimum yardage. The small size uses just 400 yards of yarn, while still creating a wearable scarf. It is worked top down, and the stockinette body is shaped with short rows. In addition to the small and large sizes the pattern contains notes for further customizing the size.
Pattern has been test knit, and contains large, easy to read charts and full line by line written directions, including stitch count totals for every row.
- Yarn (Small): Wandering Wool Rock Creek Sock Yarn, 400 yards (100 g), 1 skein
- Yarn (Large): Wandering Wool Rock Creek Sock Yarn, 400 yards (100 g), 2 skeins
- Needles (Small and Large): U.S. Size 4 (3.5mm), circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
- Other Materials (Small and Large): Stitch markers, tapestry needle, blocking pins, 260 (340) 6/0 seed beads (optional)
- Gauge (Small and Large): 22 stitches and 36 rows = 4” (10cm) in stockinette, after blocking
- Finished Size (Small): 43” (109cm) wide, 11” (28cm) deep after blocking
- Finished Size (Large): 66” (168cm) wide, 16” (40cm) deep after blocking