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Proud as a Peacock


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"Look at me!" The peacocks shout, then they fan their feathers out. Their feathers reach up to the sky, each one has a big, dark eye. "Look at me!" The peacocks shout, then they fan their feathers out. Proud as a Peacock is a deep triangular shawl that can be made with only one skein of lace yarn. This shawl is crocheted from the neck down, and can be adjusted very easily depending on the amount of yarn you have. As with all my other patterns, this pattern comes with row-by-row written direction in US crochet term and charts Technical Editor: Chaitanya Muralidhara Yarn: I used Rendezvous Silky Lace 50% Merino wool/50% Silk. For small shawls, I used Sleeping Beauty and Whisper colorway @ 1 skein (100g, 800 yards). For medium shawl, I used Emerald colorway 2 skeins (200 g, 1600 yards). Yarn is available in here: Kit is available in here: Hook: 3.5 mm (E) (adjust hook size accordingly if you use thicker yarn). Notion: Removable stitch markers, size 6 and 8 beads (optional, see table). Level: Intermediate Gauge (after blocking): After the first 9 rows, will give you 28 cm (11") wingspan and 13 cm (5.1") depth. Every repeat of rows 10 - 15 adds 5.5 cm (2.2"). Finished Size: Small: 176 cm (69.3") across top edge, 84 cm (33.1") depth. Medium: 226 cm (89") across top edge, 107 cm (42.1") depth. Large: 282 cm (111") across top edge, 135 cm (53.1") depth.

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Lily Go Design
I live on a tropical island called Penang which is one of the states in a country called Malaysia, but it does not stop me from learning how to knit. I knew how to crochet since I was 6 and taught myself to knit about 5 years ago and after a couple of projects, I began designing my own patterns. I just love the process of designing, from the imagining of the design to the drawing and even the math part of it. I love to wear something pretty and feminine and it is reflected in all of my designs. I have 2 small daughters that need a lot of attention besides my full time job, so I am happy enough if I can publish 3 patterns a year.