This shawl is worked from the top down with a centre insertion panel which creates a lovely shape that sits nicely on the shoulders. The shawl is shaped by working increases at the beginning, end, and either side of the central insertion, on every other row.
yarn 1 skein CashSilk Lace in Oceanside
needles US 4 (3.5 mm) circular needles
gauge 20 stitches by 30 rows over 4" / 10cm in pattern
pattern 5-page PDF includes written directions and charts
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