Whippoorwill by Carina Spencer
Whippoorwill is a modest, yet elegant shawl whose contrasting lines of eyelets dance along its border like the unique song of the bird whose call lilts through the air of the midwestern woodland where I was raised. Its range of sizes, crescent shape, and wide wingspan allow for several different styles of wear. Whippoorwill showcases best in two tones of your favorite semisolid sock yarn, but also works beautifully with handspun, gradient dyed, and low contrast hand dyed yarns. Pattern is written for three size options and is knit top down in one piece.
Gauge: 24 sts & 32 rows = 4" in stockinette
Finished Measurements: Width: 52" (65", 76")" 132 (165, 193) cm. Center length: 13" (16", 18")" 33 (40, 46) cm.
Materials Used: In fingering weight yarn you will need approximately 325 (575, 725) yards or 295 (520, 650) meters, with about 35% of the total yardage in CC if desired. 2 stitch marker and a darning needle for weaving in ends.
Needle Size: Circular needle in US size 6 (4mm) or size required to obtain gauge. A SM and MD shawl can be knit on a 36;. A 40; or longer needle is better for the LG.