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InstructionsCrescent shaped shawl worked from the top down. Shawlette is shaped using yarn overs according to Elizabeth Zimmermanís Pi formula. Beads, which are optional, are added on increase rows and edging.
This shawlette features an interesting elongated, dropped stitch pattern on a garter stitch background.
Length: 40 cm/16 in centre back
Inner crescent (top ...
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Type of item: Accessory
Style: Funky, Hipster, Casual
1, (2) skeins YarnAddict Supreme Socks 400, (800) m/440, (880) yds sock yarn 4mm/US6 circular needle 30 gr size 6 seed beads (optional) 0.75 mm crochet hook (if using beads)
What was your inspiration?
I love using elongated stitches and I wanted to design a shawl using a combination of elongated stitches and beads to create a lacy effect shawl.
What are you most proud of?
This is my most popular pattern to date.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Practice the stitch patterns on a swatch before you start the pattern.
Do not pull the yarn too tight no the Daisy stitch rows as the shawl will not block out properly if you do.