Pattern is in PDF form and will be sent to you via email when you check out.
If you see a small raptor floating in the air looking for prey, you might be seeing an American Kestrel. The smallest of the raptor family, its blue/brown/white feathers are lovely. If you hear the cry, “Klee! Klee! Klee!” it’s a male looking for love. This shawl has a broad wingspan so you can swoop it around your shoulders with ease and soar through whatever temperature changes you encounter.
Designed by shop owner Cindy Abernethy
Written instructions for Horizontal Band:
Row 9: k3, sm, yo, k3, (k1, k2tog, yo, k5) repeat from ( to ) until next marker, yo, sm, k1, sm, yo, k2tog, yo, k5, k1, k2tog, yo, k5 repeat from * to * until 4 sts before next marker, k4, yo, sm, k3
On page 7, the top chart is the Lace Section. The smaller chart at the bottom of the page is the Horizontal Band.
(2) skeins fingering weight yarn in contrasting colors
Suggested: Our exclusive American Kestrel collection yarns.
Yarns used in the printed pattern are no longer available.
32” to 40” long circular needle in size US 4/3.5mm or size needed to obtain gauge
(4) stitch markers
Darning needle to weave in ends
26 sts x 36 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch before blocking
Approximately 75” wide, 25” tall after blocking