Another Wingspan

I just finished another version of that Wingspan shawl. This one is in Noro Silk Garden Sock and used two balls:

norowingspan

I had enough yarn to do ten triangles this time. And I figured out what I’d done wrong the last time – the pattern says to Slip 1, Knit 2 before placing the traveling marker after each work and turn. I only saw the K2, so my W&T’s on the first shawl are two stitches apart. They should be three stitches apart, as they are here. Doing it the other way made each triangle wider, but also made the shawl wider. This version is more like a scarf.

It does have beads at the base of each triangle, one on every fourth row on the second stitch in from the edge.

I like it a lot. What do you think?

6 thoughts on “Another Wingspan

  1. I’m wrapping it around my neck, Kim, and it drapes like a cowl. (Plus who can argue with Noro? Not me!)

  2. Every time I click on free wingspan shawl it brings me to ravelry site pattern being $6.00.
    Is there a free pattern available?

  3. It used to be free, Robin. There’s a note on the Ravelry pattern page that it became a paid pattern in July 2013.

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