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  • Craft: Knit
  • Free/Paid: Paid
  • Yarn Weight: Fingering
  • Yarn Base: Ephemeral Fingering
  • Yardage: 800+
  • Project Type: Shawls/Wraps
  • Difficulty: Adventurous Beginner
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25" x 90" (63.5 x 229 cm)


Expression Fiber Arts Ephemeral Fingering yarn

Shown in colors: (A) Cambrilla, (B) Navaeh, (C) Leilani, (D) Ximena, and (E) Nensa.

The sample shown used approximately 1675 yds total (371 yds Color A, 364 yds Color B, 364 yds Color C, 364 yds Color D, 212 yds Color E) / [1532 m total (340 m Color A, 333 m Color B, 333 m Color C, 333 m Color D, 194 m Color E)].

However, you can make this easily adaptable shawl with any colors or yarns that you desire.

If those colors aren't available, any from this category will work.


US size 6 (4.00 mm) 32" (60 cm) or longer circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge


Beginner to Adventurous Beginner: This pattern is perfect for those knitters who are just beginning or have knit a project or two. Stitches include simple decreases and increases, color changes, and reading a chart. 

Notes From the Designer:

I’ve always adored the Feather and Fan stitch! It’s simple, easy to memorize, and yet so lovely and elegant. It was one of the first stitches that I learned when I first started knitting. This gorgeous stitch, along with repeating color changes, results in a stunning wrap. We chose colors that have a vintage vibe and are reminiscent of a leisurely stroll through a secret, forgotten garden. I love the idea of overgrown vines, twisted limbs, and flowers out of control!

  • Click the Videos tab to watch a tutorial on how to make this shawl. 
  • Gauge is not crucial but could affect overall size and yardage.
  • This pattern is a multiple of 18 stitches with a minimum of 36 stitches, so it’s very easy to adjust the width if you prefer to knit a thinner version for a scarf or a wider version for a throw. 
  • The pattern repeat is marked in red on the chart.
  • To decrease the length, work fewer repeats of Body Rows 1-4 in each color before working the color transitions. 
  • When alternating colors, carry the yarn up the side so to avoid having a bunch of ends to weave in later. 
  • This pattern has a 9-stitch, Garter stitch border on each side. If you like, place stitch markers 9 stitches in from each side to mark this 9-stitch border. 

Co-designed by Chandi Agee and Jennifer Matlock

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