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Just enough warmth, just enough coverage . . . a sense of tranquillity will surely follow when you wrap this lovely shawl around your shoulders. The elongated sides and fluid fabric create endless options for draping and styling.
Requires approx. 375 yards fingering weight yarn in main color and 275 yards of contrast color. Yarn used for model is Phydeaux designs Caresse . . . also available on Etsy! (Shop name: phydeauxdesigns)
This is a simple pattern using single and treble crochet stitches and an easy three-row pattern repeat. A clever use of stitch markers keeps you from counting stitches across the rows!
12 st x 6 rows = 4" in treble crochet, after blocking
650 yards of Fingering weight
I learned to crochet from my grandmother when I was eight, and can't remember not crocheting since. I work for a Local Yarn Shop and especially love it when knitters pick up my crocheted samples and want to make them! Crochet is so versatile and so fast - perfect for people like me with a short attention span!