Way back in 2013, Everly was originally published by Quince & Co. Sidenote: I just bought yarn from Quince & Co. Literally 10 minutes ago. Great yarn. Anyway…Everly was originally published by Quince & Co. The rights to the pattern came back to me quite a while ago, but I just recently re-released the pattern. Not a lot has changed from that version to this new one. I reformatted the pattern to match the rest of my patterns. There are new charts, and the pattern has new photographs. The biggest difference is that you can purchase the pattern directly from me.
Everly is worked from the bottom up and has a simple lace edge. Short rows are used to create the crescent shape, and the shawl is finished off with an I-cord bind off. It’s such a simple little shawl, but it remains one of my favorites.
600 yds (549 m) fingering weight yarn. Shown in Quince and Co. Finch (100% American wool; 221 yds 202 m/50g), Petal.
US 6 (4 mm), 40 in or longer circular needles, or size needed to achieve gauge.
US 8 (5 mm), 40 in or longer circular needles.
16 stitches and 36 rows/4 inches (10 cm) on smaller needle in stockinette stitch after blocking.
78 in (198 cm) wingspan and 9 in (23 cm) deep.