The pattern includes fully written instructions and a supplementary filet chart.
This shallow lightweight shawlette incorporates traditional filet crochet in a contemporary design which takes advantage of the currently popular distinctive crochet look and feel. The airy texture and scarf-like shape makes this wrap a versatile spring/summer accessory. If worked in a sparkly silky yarn, it can be made for special occasions. Any fingering weight yarn with good stitch definition can be used for this design. It is also a good opportunity to use that special skein of sock yarn. I used an entire skein (430yd less a couple of yards) of Araucania Itata.
The size can be easily adjusted to use that special skein of yarn effectively.
430 yards of Fingering weight
My name is Natasha Robarge. I'm a published crochet designer. I love crochet, knitting, yarn, and people enthusiastic about them. My website is www.aperfectloop.com.