This crescent shaped shawl has been knit in a garter stitch, which has alternating bands of pretty open lacework and regular garter knit stitches. I've then wet blocked the shawl to really open up the stitches and emphasise the lace.
The yarn I've used for the shawl is a gorgeously drapey and soft superwash merino and silk single ply yarn in a fine gauge. The colour of the yarn is called 'Chesil Beach', a subtle blend of pale greens, blues and pebble browns, which was hand dyed by an artisan dyer, based in Berkshire, England.
The 'wingspan' of the shawl is 59 inches (15 cm) from tip to tip and it is 17.5 inches (45 cm) deep, at the widest point. It's the perfect size to wear over the shoulders as a shawl, but looks equally lovely worn as a light and airy scarf.
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