Ever Again is a top-down, wide triangular shawl with contrasting stripes, a dramatic border and has become my current go to shawl! It differs from its sister shawl, Evermore, not only in shape but in lace patterning though the two are similar in feel and techniques.
Ever Again comprises a striped body that shows off both yarns individually and displays their differences beautifully. The lace panel, worked in the fingering weight is beaded, simple to work and is followed by the garter stitch border that is worked in either the sport-weight silk mohair (singularly) or the fingering weight yarn worked together with the kidsilk.
The pattern is amazingly versatile offering endless combinations for you to make your Ever Again totally unique and wonderfully you!
Large size shown 86cm (34 ins) deep, 240cm (94.5 ins) wide. Each repeat of Chart Two (reduce number of repeats for medium and small sizes) will make a difference of 10cm/4ins in depth and 18cm/7ins in width after blocking.