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Filet a Papillons

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Have you ever wandered through a garden and had a beautiful butterfly alight on your shoulder? Now you can wrap yourself in that pleasant sensation! The Filet Papillon shawl, (in French, literally "Butterfly Net Shawl") is worked from the center top outwards to form a beautiful crescent shape that will stay put on your shoulders or around your neck, and uses just a single skein of fingering weight yarn. The last rows form a feminine-but-not-too-frilly edging that gives this airy shawl substance without weighing it down. This pattern is designed to be a wonderful pairing for both solid and variegated yarn! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet, double crochet, double crochet 2 together, double crochet 3 together, GAUGE 16 sts and 3 rows = 3.25 inches wide by 2.5 inches long in ch-3 mesh pattern after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 46 inches long across top and 19 inches deep at center back including edging, after blocking SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN La Jolla Baah! COLORWAY Wile E Coyote

Recommended with this pattern

  • 400 yards fingering weight yarn
  • 7 (4.50 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 2 stitch markers

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Poetry in Yarn
Poetry in Yarn
Lindsey Stephens brings her love for teaching into everything she does. After all, she has a degree in mathematics and is a certified mathematics instructor! A member of the Crochet Guild of America and TNNA, she puts her knowledge, creativity and technical savvy to work as a tech editor and designer. You can find her incredible design collection featured on her blog, Poetry in Yarn, as well as many of her patterns in respected magazines such as Crochet World and Koigu.