Lace from the Sea
The Shetland Triangle shawl is great for conference-knitting when you can't spend every moment looking at your knitting or a pattern.
I knit it from luxurious Handmaiden Sea Silk, easy to knit with and luscious to touch. The yarn is a bit slippery so I recommend using a bamboo needle.
Using 11 pattern repeats to give a 6 ft. width to the shawl, I used all of one ball plus just enough extra to bind off the final row. (I think my husband may knit this same shawl with the second ball and knit only 10 repeats.)
--Hannah at The Purloined Letter
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