Designed by Evelyn A. Clark. Rows of eyelet separate chevrons of garter, seed, stockinette, moss, and reverse stockinette stitches, creating a landscape of patterns on the shawl and scarf.
Shawl (60-75" wide and 40" deep) is a classic triangle shape worked from the bottom point up. Scarf (28" along sides and 12" deep) is shaped with ties long enough to knot or drape in front.
Shawl uses 1200 yards of lace weight yarn and size 3.5mm (US 4) needles, or 1075 yards of fingering weight yarn and size 4mm (US 6) needles, or 775 yards of DK weight yarn and size 6mm (US 10) needles, or 700 yards of worsted weight yarn and size 7mm (US 10 1/2) needles. Scarf uses 200 yards of fingering weight yarn and size 4mm (US 6) needles.