Ever since Terhi gave me this Wetterhoff Sivilla wool/silk yarn two (yikes, two!) years ago, I've been trying to find the perfect shawl pattern for 750 m of thin fingering weight. Then it occurred to me: there would never be a perfect pattern, and that I should knit something I like, as soon as all the yarn gets used up.
This is the Estonian Garden Wrap pattern from Fiber Trends, started after those Socktober socks. I started on one of the borders first, rather than the main part, as I am unsure whether or not there'll be enough yarn. Just over 30 g of yarn has been used, so I might have a little less than needed to knit the full pattern. Whatever the case, with my trusty little scale, I'll be able to squeeze as many pattern repeats as possible. I'm looking forward to knitting the rest of this; it's been a long time since my last lace encounter and I miss it!