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Sunday Shawl

from The Little Bee NZ
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Sunday Shawl
Sunday Shawl
Sunday Shawl
Sunday Shawl
Sunday Shawl
Sunday Shawl

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic crochet stitches: ch, sc, dc, tc, dc2tog, bobble, picot..

Pattern Description:

The Sunday Shawl is a soft & snuggly shawl, perfect for nippy winter days and nights.
Make this shawl your own by choosing a colour scheme to suit your personality or follow the colours suggested in the pattern, it's up to you!

The Instant Download PDF pattern is written in US terms and contains detailed instructions including a plenty of photos of important steps.

Skill level: Advanced Beginner - Intermediate

Time needed: 10-15 hours

You will need Adobe to read this pattern; it can be downloaded free online (www.adobe.com).

You have permission to sell the finished product made from this pattern provided credit for the pattern is clearly displayed as The Little Bee (www.etsy.com/shop/TheLittleBeeNZ). If you sell the item online please provide a link to The Little Bee shop for the pattern.
Re-writing, re-selling, distributing, or copying the pattern itself is prohibited.

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Gauge:

6 stitches and 4 rows = 2 inches (further detail provided in pattern)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size

Materials:

  • 1. 5.5mm crochet hook (US I)
  • 2. DK yarn / 8 ply / 11 WPI: 6 x 50g skein (105 m/115 yds) MAIN COLOUR 7 x 50g skein (105 m/115 yds) ACCENT COLOURS
  • 3. Yarn needle
  • 4. Scissors

Suggested yarn:

1365 meters of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Drops Merino Extra Fine

Colorway:

Available in pattern
pdf Digital Download

$5.75

Intermediate
Crocheting
Accessory
Women
Shawl
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I've been making things as long as I can remember. When I was very small I used to make my own patterns for my dolls' clothes and sew them up on my mum's industrial sewing machines. It's a miracle I ...

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