Fae Wing Shawl is a delightful pattern with lots of options. You will find it’s perfect to wear while communing with faeries.
This shawl is easy enough for a beginner, but stimulating enough for an experienced knitter. The pattern alternates an easy lace stitch with garter stitch and is finished off with a chevron stitch.
It looks great with almost any kind of yarn: handspun, solid colours, gradients or tweeds. And a little bit of sparkle never hurt anyone!
This shawl is knit from the tip to the wide end and can be made with a wide range of yarn weights: fingering to worsted weight. Blocking it afterwards will help open up the lacework and make your shawl even more impressive.
Skills: knit, purl, double decreases, lacework
Sizes: dependent on yarn choice
approx 156 cm long and 84 cm wide lying flat after blocking
approx 17 sts and 25 rows = 10 cm in St st on 5 mm as given on Shawl in a Ball ball band
Yarn: fingering-worsted weight yarn (shown in DK)
Note: Lion Brand lists this yarn as an aran weight
1 ball Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball
61% Cotton, 34% Acrylic, 5% Other
473 m per 150 g
shown in colour 300 Om Opal
Note: When choosing yarn, you will need at least 475 m in any given weight
4 mm 80 cm circs (for fingering / sport yarn)
4.5 mm 80 cm circs (for DK / worsted yarn)
or size needed to obtain gauge
Other Materials: tapestry needle or teeny crochet hook