This pattern was on lock-out for about 8 months - I'm happy to say it is now available to the public!
While daydreaming of a world over the rainbow, a farming girl from Kansas would have to also be practical. She would need a light shawl to wear while walking her dog to the mercantile. This project was inspired by something a young Dorothy Gale might sport to coordinate with her gingham dress and hand basket.
Because this project is worked side to side, it is a great way to jump into lace knitting without the casting on or binding off of hundreds of stitches.
How about a pic of the shawl in action? Thanks to my work buddy, all around foxy moxington and hairspirational BFF Vivian for always having a good attitude about posing with my hand knits!
Size: One size
Elongated triangle. 70” long, 24” deep at center, blocked.
Gauge: 24 sts/32 rows = 4" [10cm] in Stockinette stitch
Yarn: About 525 yards of any lace-weight (or fingering, really) yarn of your choice. I used Fresh From the Cauldron MCN Lace (80% Merino, 10% Cashmere 10% Nylon; 565 yards [517 m] / 4.06oz [115 g]), 1 skein.
Needles: 1 set US #4/3.5mm circular needles or straight needles, or size to get proper gauge.
Skill level: Intermediate. You will need to know how to cast on, increase, decrease, work simple lace, and follow written or charted instructions.
Pattern PDF = $4.99