This quickly knit shawl starts with a simple stocking stitch and eyelet pattern, and then transforms into an all-over lace pattern. As a whole, it resembles leaves growing up a trellis at the beginning of spring. It’s large enough to wrap around your shoulders, but small enough to wind snugly around your neck. The pattern is charted.
GAUGE 4″ = 19 sts and 33 rows in Stocking Stitch, blocked
Note: yarns shown usually knit at 20-22 sts to 4″ in Stocking Stitch
440 yards worsted weight yarn
1 yard waste yarn
US 5 (3.75mm) circular needles 29″ or longer or size needed to obtain gauge
size G (4mm) or larger crochet hook
YARN SHOWN Rowan Purelife Revive (36% recycled silk/36% recycled cotton/28% recycled viscose; 137 yards/50 grams), Be Sweet Bamboo (100% bamboo; 110 yards/50 grams)