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Aasha Shawl


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Because of the nature of PDF downloads, I cannot offer refunds for purchases. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns before you buy. I want to make sure you only buy a pattern you really want. Thank you so much. About This shawl begins with the border which is then cut and secured. The second motif is then worked in the same base chain as the border, and decreased on row 5 of every repeat. Then a few more rows of decreases are worked before cutting the yarn and securing it. Motifs are charted and written out. Pattern uses US crochet terminology, throughout. What you Get You are purchasing a PDF download. You will need a free copy of Adobe Acrobat to open and print the file. I accept Pay Pal payments only. The pattern is 5 pages plus a cover and is provided in color that should print well in black and white. The pattern includes photos and all the instructions needed to complete this pieces. The file may take a few minutes to download over a slower connection. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet double crochet triple crochet chain stitch half double crochet decrease blocking slip stitch GAUGE 15 sts = 4 in / 10 cm in Border and Main pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 49" /124.5 cm wingspan, 23" / 58.5 cm depth after blocking. SUGGESTED YARN 675 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Madeline Tosh, Tosh DK COLORWAY Composition Book Gray

Recommended with this pattern

  • 675 yds DK weight yarn
  • US G / 4.0 mm crochet hook
  • Blocking supplies

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Marnie MacLean Designs
Marnie MacLean Designs
I have a non-crafty day job, but in my off time, I am an independent knitting pattern designer, Production Assistant at and all purpose crafty person. Over the past year, I've taken up sewing in earnest and am doing my best to get gooder at it. It's going wellishly.