The testing process is complete and I'm excited to have Ella available as a PDF knitting pattern.
You can purchase your copy through etsy or Ravelry for $5.00.
This is a great beginner lace design as the pattern is worked only on the front (every back row is just purl) and has only 12 repeating rows. To complete this project you will need 250 - 270 yards of fingering weight yarn, size 8 US knitting needles and a tapestry needle to weave in the ends.
It is knit flat and each row has the same number of stitches so it is easy to keep track of while working the pattern. The finished product using fingering yarn is 11 inches wide and 65 inches long. However, you can modify this by using heavier yarn and larger needles to create a warmer, thicker shawl.
The PDF pattern includes both written instructions as well as a chart that includes the symbols meanings.
And as with most of my patterns, I have included a check off grid so you will always know where you left off when you set it down for awhile.