Star-Gazing is a triangular shawl with a curved top edge. It plays with three different colours alternating and features a textured star-stitch pattern.
The shawl is fun to make and knits up quickly!
You‘ll start knitting with just a few stitches at the right tip, then work your way across to the left edge; you can make the shawl as small or large as you like or your yarn allows.
You can use any fingering to aran weight yarn. Choose three contrasting solid/semisolid colours, allow approx. 300m/330yds for the main colour and 200m/220yds for each contrast colour to get the given size; the pattern is easily adjustable to the yardage you have.
The pattern contains written as well as charted instructions and a photo-tutorial explains how to work the lovely textured star-stitch.
I hope you enjoy the pattern!