I love knitting with Araucania Botany Lace yarn because it's a bit heavier than lace and a bit lighter than fingering, and produces such great stitch definition.
For this half-circle shawl I chose a colorway (1656) that made me think of spring, and I wanted to create a design that was simple but casually elegant.
It's knit from the top down on 3.25mm needles, and the interior increases are done with M1L and M1R to keep them nearly invisible. I used almost all of the 100g skein.
There are rows of quatrefoil eyelets at regularly-spaced intervals. At the bottom of the shawl, you'll add a knit-on edging that's a simple garter edging with a single eyelet worked in each right-side row.
The dimensions after blocking are: 43 x 19 inches (109 x 48.5 cm)