|Taken from Knitting Traditions Fall 2014: "This shawl was constructed in the traditional Orenburg way and knitted in one piece. First, I knitted the teeth, then picked up stitches and knitted the body and the right row of teeth at the same time, and finished with the diagonal edging at the top of shawl. This creates a traditional triangular shawl."
- This pattern is from Knitting Traditions Fall 2014, pg 95 - Classic Gossamer Triangular Shawl.
- Size US 2 straight needles (or size needed to obtain gauge), stitch markers, stitch holders, blocking supplies, and a tapestry needle are required but not included.
- Finished Measurements: 28" x 54" after blocking.
- Gauge: 24 sts and 48 rows over 4".
- Color Shown is Natural.