I’ve heard the ash tree compared to a king, always the last to arrive and the first to leave. Ash grow to be very large, providing a beautiful green canopy overhead. Similarly, your Ash shawl can grow as large as you wish to provide a warm, royally beautiful canopy over your shoulders.
Ash Leaf is a double spined shawl, the shape makes it stay nicely on the shoulders. It requires 400-600 meters of fingering weight yarn. The shawl is easily enlarged by adding additional repeats. The pattern is charted.
Green shawl using all of 1 skein Malabrigo Sock in Ivy [100% Merino, 440 yd/402 m per 100g] on 3.75 mm (US 5) needles. Verdure worked 5 times.Blocked size is 51 x 130 cm (20 x 51 inches). Gauge is 19 stitches per 10 cm in pattern.
Teal shawl used 127g Lioness Arts BFL Sock in I’ll Never Grow Up [100% Wool, 437yd/400m per 100g] on 3.75 mm (US 5) needles. Verdure worked 6 times.Blocked size is 56 x 137 cm (22 x 54 inches). Gauge is 23 stitches in 10 cm garter stitch.