Shawls that take just under 500 yards of yarn are a design theme I've been exploring of late. The Mountain and Plains Shawl
was the first to get published and now I present you with the Wishbone Shawl
. Shaped in a graceful arch with extremely long tails, this is a featherweight lace mesh shawl and a versatile wrapper.
This is a simple, nicely repetitive pattern, easy to start (and finish) this spring season.. And best of all, the shaping keeps it hugging your neck for carefree wearing. It is fabulous in a hand-dyed varigated yarn. The model used Dancing Colors DK .
Just one hank.
I'll definitely have to purchase the Wishbone shawl. I'm always on the lookout for shawls with long side tails, for I enjoy a shawl that stays on the shoulders. Thanks ever so much!ReplyDelete
You are most welcome.. It is a fun knit, I think. Hope you enjoy it too.ReplyDelete