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Sassy little shawl to dress up any outfit or just keep your shoulders warm. This elegant shawl is worked as a continuous piece using vertical Tunisian, Delta Crochet and just good old ordinary crochet stitches. There are so many ways you can wear this shawl .... That's half the fun of owning one!
I want to say big Thank You's to the testers that helped me test this pattern. Their shawls are featured on this pattern page.
This pattern contains written instructions and charts.
Rated intermediate skill level
The difference between large and small is that the large has a longer collar and is fuller in the body of the wrap. This makes the large shawl 'wider' around the body. The small has a deeper depth but can be shortened, if desired. This makes the small shawl 'longer' towards your waist.
The large is only recommended for lace weight or thread.
Post-Block Dimensions (Size 10 thread/lace weight) large size:
Inner collar length 44 inches (112 cm)
Length center back 15 inches (38 cm)
Post-Block Dimensions (Size 10 thread/lace weight) small size:
Inner collar length 36 inches (91 cm)
Length center back 16 inches (41 cm)
Post-Block Dimensions (fingering weight) small size:
Inner collar length 34.5 inches (88 cm)
Length center back 22 inches (56 cm)
Thread for large version - Size 10, 100% mercerized cotton, 350 yards per ball
2.5 balls = 875 yards
Thread for small version - Size 10, 100% mercerized cotton, 300 yards per ball
2.3 balls = 690 yards (631 meters)
Tip - Most lace weight yarn is the same weight as size 10 thread.
Fingering weight for small version - Wollmeise Superwash, 350m/100g (574yds /150g)
1.75 hanks = 1007 yards (175 g)
7 mm plastic faceted round - 96 beads for large, 74 beads for small
Size G (4.25 mm) hook
There is no gauge.
875 yards of Lace weight
I have been crocheting for 40 years. It is a craft that I want to promote and encourage in everyone that loves to create. I especially like to bring the antique patterns and techniques forward in time and make them accessible to new crocheters.