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This mid-sized shawl combines lace and garter stitch stripes and adds a fun vine-like cable border to keep things interesting. Knit from one skein of light fingering yarn, it’s the perfect size and weight for chilly fall or spring days.

Liantëa is Quenya (one of Tolkein’s Elvish languages) for vine-like, for the vining cable running up the side of this shawl.

This shawl can easily be adapted to a heavier weight yarn, which will result in a larger shawl. You may wish to increase the needle size in this case.

This pattern includes both charted and full written instructions.

One size, measuring approximately 43” (109 cm) wingspan and 16” (40.6 cm) deep at widest point.

Approximately 600 yds (548 m) of light fingering or lace-weight yarn
(Sample shown using 1 skein of Anzula Cloud 80% Merino, 10% Cashmere, 10% Nylon, 575 yards/114 g in Keola)
US 4/ 3.5 mm, 32” (80 cm) circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
Cable needle
Yarn needle
Stitch markers

24 sts x 44 rows in 4” (10 cm) in garter st
Gauge is not critical but will affect yarn usage.