October 5, 2016

Jenara Shawl

Jenara is a top down, modified triangular shawl. Instead of working two sections as in a typical top down triangular shawl, Jenara has four sections, modifying the shape from a triangle to a crescent. Those two extra sections wrap around your shoulders and help the shawl stay in place.

Jenara begins with stockinette stitch, followed by a simple eyelet lace pattern. The bottom edge is a lacy feather and fan variation with a picot edge. If you’re a fan of Holden, then you’ll enjoy Jenara–simple shaping, feather and fan lace, and a picot edge.

The shawl uses 440 yards of fingering weight yarn. I used Sincere Sheep Cormo Fingering in the color Gloaming. The pattern has both written instructions and charts and has been test knit and tech edited.

A teal bag with a lining of gray yarn balls and a tan leather strap.So many indie dyers. One email.
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