Surprise! I wasn't expecting to release a pattern this morning, but everything fell into place and I decided to go with it. Today's pattern is the final one in the series of four simple top-down triangular shawls. This one uses one skein of hand-dyed sock yarn (the sample was worked in SpaceCadet Creations Lucina, a fun, sparkly yarn) and incorporates the easy textures of stockinette and reverse stockinette to create the look of embossing. Eyelets at the center and along the edging give a sense of lightness.
This shawl uses just one skein of yarn (approximately 400 yards/366 meters), so it's perfect for that skein of yarn that's maybe a little too precious to put on your feet. The pattern is suitable for knitters who have never done a top-down shawl before, and it includes a photo tutorial for the garter tab that's used to start the shawl.
This shawl also completes the collection I am calling Texture on Triangles, a collection that also contains Diminishing Returns, Incremental Growth, and Intermingling.
You can get the full details on Embossed Lines on Ravelry here.