Chainlinked Shawl

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Chainlinked Shawl Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Chainlink Is the perfect transitional shawl. The open mesh fabric provides just the right amount of warmth for cool autumn days or spring evenings.

Originally designed as a piece for me to wear on Professional Development Day during CGOA Chainlink conference in 2010, I've held off on publishing it until now. Finally, at long last, it has the perfect edging to enhance the casual style of the shawl.
I do hope you enjoy it.

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Gauge is not crucial for this project.

Suggested yarn:

346 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Berroco, Ultra Alpaca Fine


#1282 boysenberry mix

About Designer

About Designer

RebecaVelasquez on

REBECCA VELASQUEZ learned to crochet at a very young age. As an adult, she resumed crocheting to honor the grandmother who taught her how. She quickly fell in love and, following her passion and a desire to build upon it, added knitting and spinning to her repertoire.

With a background that also includes sewing, Rebecca began designing and creating her own style. She has been published in ...

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