The strip of greenery of the high line cuts through the concrete of towers of New York. The park developed on disused elevated rail lines is a haven in the busy city. Like the high line, let this shawl’s fluid and relaxing design elevate you above the bustle of the streets. This is a pattern for a triangle shawl worked on the bias. Beginning at the one tip of the shawl and making increases until your desired length, or you run out of yarn! This pattern may be worked in any weight of yarn, but note the yardage will change. It is a good pattern for variegated, tonal, or solid colour yarns, as it is worked mainly in garter with a textured lace edge. This pattern is both written and charted. You work the set up rows, place markers, then work the 6 row repeat to the end.