When the scarf is laid out flat the edging clearly looks like a row of shark’s teeth. Scarf is worked from one end to the other, starting and ending with just a handful of stitches on the needle. The lower lace border and upper edge grow quickly from the seven-stitch cast on, then reduce down to an equally short bind off row. Just try to knit this without a certain movie’s theme song repeating in your head.
Like the stitches in this shawl but not the trapezoidal shape? Check out Great White; it uses the same basic stitches in a simple crescent shawl.