by Angela Roberge
If you’re like me, by the time you get to the end of your shawlette, you’re aching for it to be over – even if it is a great pattern with great yarn. The construction of this shawl is a Godsend for knitters with a short attention span. Starting with a large number of stitches at the bottom edge, each row gets gradually shorter making actually finishing this object a breeze.
There are two pattern alternatives from which to choose. Follow the Stockinette Version for a shawlette with a wide lace edge and stockinette stitch upper. Follow the All-Lace Version for a shawlette whose lace just won’t quit.
Sea Wool by Fleece Artist – Blackberry 115g/325m
32” circular needles 3.0 mm
32” circular needles 6.0 mm (for cast on, only)
46” wide, 19” high