The Landscape Shawl and Scarf by Fiber Trends


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Designed by Evelyn A. Clark, the Landscape Shawl and Scarf is constructed of eyelets that separate chevrons of garter, seed, stockinette, moss, and reverse stockinette stitches, which creates a landscape of patterns. These reversible designs show off the beauty of hand-painted yarns. 


Shawl: After blocking, approximately 40" (102 cm) deep. Top width may be adjusted with the cast-off tension from 60" (152 cm) up to 75" (190 cm).

Shaped Scarf: Approximately 12" (30 ) deep and 28" (71 cm) along side edges.



  • 1200 yards of lace-weight yarn.
  • 1075 yards of fingering-weight yarn.
  • 900 yards of sport-weight yarn.
  • 775 yards of DK-weight yarn yarn.
  • 700 yards of worsted-weight yarn.

Shaped Scarf: 200 yds (183m) of fingering-weight yarn.


  • This is a physical pattern.
  • The shawl may be made in lace-, fingering-, sport-, DK-, or worsted-weight yarns.
  • Scarf is designed for fingering-weight yarn.