Shetland Eyelet Shawl
This triangular shawl is worked from the bottom point up to the topline and features repeats of a traditional Shetland eyelet stitch pattern on a garter stitch background. It is shaped by increasing a stitch at the beginning and end of each right-side row.
The design uses most of the yarn from the two balls. If you choose to work a swatch, please re-use the yarn to ensure that you have enough for the entire project. Begin working from the outside of the first ball, and when it’s time to introduce the second ball, work from the inside – to continue the color sequence.
I used the gradient colorway Frozen for this project.