The Millrace Shawl is a long, shallow crescent that begins and ends with just 4 stitches. It uses the same undulating lace border as the Millrace scarf, but has a deeper, longer body that is worked in garter stitch.
The shawl is knit from point to point, the border worked at the same time as the garter body. A twisted rib provides a visual transition between the two parts, and serves as a reminder for increasing and decreasing.
14” [35.5 cm] deep at center x 76” [193 cm] long, after blocking.
Approximately 575 yds [525 m] finering weight yarn. Sample knit in Quince and Co Tern in color Sea Grass.
US 3 [3.25 mm]
23 sts and 10 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stockinette stitch, worked flat on US 3 [3.25 mm] needles, after blocking.
Includes both written and charted instructions for stitch patterns.