Wild flower meadow shawl

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Wild flower meadow shawl Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Shawl

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Wild flower meadow shawl

Walking through fields full of flowers

Meadow flowers : cornflowers, wild roses, buttercups, .

Full of colour, full of energy.

The body of the shawl is formed by a simple lace-pattern repeat. The size is easy adjustable by just adding more pattern repeats.

The edging is formed by rows of meadow flowers : I used 3 different colours to express summer beauty and summer energy.

The yarn I used is Dye For Yarn Mulberry Silk, love the yarn : it is so soft, has a wonderfull shine and it gives the shawl that extra bit of luxury I wanted.
Colours : Dolphin in my Whirlpool (grey), shattered turquoise, electric light purple and drunken acurn bloom. (for the entire edging I needed 400 meters of yarn in total)

The edging is also easy adjustable and can of course worked in as many colours as you prefer, or even in 1 single shade.

Fully written pattern : US terms or Dutch.
I have included 2 charts : 1 for the body of the shawl and 1 for the edging.

Many thanks to my testing panel.

For more information, see:
http://vicarnosmama.blogspot.be/2014/06/bloemenweide-shawl-wild-flower-meadow.html

Suggested yarn:

800 meters of Fingering weight

About Designer

About Designer

vicarnosmama on craftsy.com

Hi,

I am Annelies, crochet designer.

Mom of 2 sons, Vic and Arno, they are my inspiration.

You can find more about me :

- on my blog : http://vicarnosmama.blogspot.be/
- on Ravelry : http://www.ravelry.com/designers/vicarnos-mama

Questions? Please send me an email : info@vicarno.com

Bye!!!

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