Bistol Ivy designs are : Traditional lace patterns, non-traditional shape, timeless beauty.
Finished Measurements 64 3⁄4” (164.5 cm) wingspan, 22” (56 cm) depth at deepest point
Yarn High Mountain Yak Yarn by NomadNoos (100% high mountain yak fiber; 290 yds (265 m) / 1.76 oz (50 g)): 2 skeins in Don’t Tell Your Secret Wish (as used in the sample) or Dry Desert Camel Yarn by NomadNoos (100% dry desert camel; 290 yds (265 m) / 1.76 oz (50 g))
Needles 32-40” (81-101 cm) circular needle or straight needles Suggested size: US 5 (3.75 mm)
Gauge 17 sts and 40 rows = 4” (10 cm) in Welt Pattern, after lace blocking
Construction Notes Morven starts with the border, worked sideways until its entire length is reached. From there, stitches are picked up into the yarnovers at the inside edge of the border, and the bird’s eye lace pattern is worked across these stitches, with decreases occurring for shaping at the off-center spine and the edges. These decreases help shape the border from a straight rectangle into a right angle. Finally, short rows are worked back and forth over these remaining stitches to fill in the remainder of the shawl.
You can purchase both a digital and hard copy of the Morven Shawl pattern through the online store. If you have Ravelry I can add your purchased pattern to your Ravelry library.
Alternatively I have added the link to Ravelry below where you can purchase a digital copy of the Morven Shawl pattern.