Yarn: Fingering weight, 350m
Needles: 4.5 mm
Gauge: To be honest, I don't think it's that important because the beauty of top-down shawls is that you can make them any size you want.
Size made: Around 120cm x 60cm (but this may be because I had a shortage of yarn. You can make this as big as you want, just add more yarn).
More about the shawl design here.
Row 4: knit 2 border sts, purl to last two sts, knit 2 border sts.
After these 8 rows, start referring to the Shawl chart which you can download here. But please make sure to continue reading the instructions below first before you start it :)
As you knit the first layer of the border (rows 7 to 20), repeat the part that is highlighted in red as many times as necessary in the row before you reach the end part of the row in the pattern. Same goes for the second layer of the border (rows 21 to 32).
There you have it! Good luck and let me know if you do actually try it. Don't hesitate to contact me for any questions :D
**stitch pattern repeat means each snowflake made :)