Mares' Tails


'Mares’ tails', more commonly known as cirrus uncinus, is derived from Latin, meaning “curly hooks”. These clouds are generally sparse in the sky and very thin. This shawl reflects this image with it’s sparse use of a small lace motif and textural body. Knit in this beautiful ‘Paradise’ colorway by Anzula, it’s like a summer breeze on your shoulders and neck!
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Finished Measurements:
45” x 91” (straight edges) x 93” (scallop edge) AFTER BLOCKING
1 Ball Breeze (65% Silk, 35% Linen) by Anzula, 750 yards (685 meters), color ‘Paradise’, 
Size US 6 (4mm) needle 
Stitch Markers Highlighter Tape (optional) 
Tapestry needle
18 sts & 28 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch on size US 6 needle or size needed to obtain gauge.

This pattern is available for $6.00.