Anica is a fun and very easy little shawl. It is worked sideways with clever shaping which results in long narrow symmetrical tips. Mostly knit in garter stitch with pretty eyelets adorning the one side and picots the other.
You will only need 1 skein of fingering weight yarn. Self-striping, handpainted, ombre, fade leftovers. Anything goes! Our model uses Uneek Fingering Yarn (see link below) in color 3007.
The pattern has full written instructions.
Suggested yarn: Urth Unique Fingering Yarn(435 yards/ 100g)
Gauge 17 sts x 42 rows - 4” on US 6 (4 mm) needles
Size: 70”x 16” (blocked and relaxed)