With a lovely knit-on Shetland lace edging, the Fairfax Shawl is both elegant and practical. It’s a side-to-side crescent shawl that’s done primarily in garter stitch with bias shaping for the “wings.”
Keya used her own beautiful Journey fingering weight yarn in the Norris Point Colorway. The design is not dependent upon gauge but she recommends using 4mm circular needles with 24-32 inch cables) along with 7 closed stitch marker, 1 or more locking stitch markers and a yarn needle. The test knits did not use more than 820 yards but depending upon your gauge, you might need as much as 876 yards.