For this pattern you need:
Yarn: One 100g hank of lace weight yarn (with 800m per 100g).
My Yarn Suggestions & Amounts: The yarn I used is available in my Skipton Studio or you can knit this in a solid shade using Lang Merino Lace four 25g balls.
Needles: 2.75mm long circular knitting needle.
Tension: 28 stitches and 56 rows to 10cm/4in square over garter stitch using 2.75mm needle.
Skill level: ♦ ♦ ◊ ◊ ◊ This shawl starts off with a few amount of stitches and then increases on every other row so you gradually and gently have more stitches on your needle. It’s very simple but for beginners there is a tiny increase technique to do.
Measurements: 58cm/22.75ins x 138cm/54.25ins.
My design ideas and advice: This shawl is very simple yet very effective. It starts off small and grows and grows. It is knitted in a lace weight yarn, one of the finest yarns you can get. The yarn I have chosen for the photograph is a variegated yarn, which means the striping is made by the yarn, not by changing yarns. Perfect! This shawl will look just as delicate and scrumptious in a lovely fine merino.