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Spanish Rose Shawl


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The soft yarn, fan stitch detail, and arched edging in this pattern combine to form a warm, sensuous shawl that you will love having wrapped around you. Made with easy-to-obtain Simply Soft, you can pick up the skeins at your local Wal-mart or national craft store chains for a few dollars each, making it an economical project. Where can you buy a beautiful wrap like this one for less than ten dollars? The shawl can be worn numerous ways: clasped at the shoulder, ends draped down the front, or tied around the waist. Enjoy experimenting to create your own unique look. The pattern has two-row repeat and uses basic stitches. It took me just 8 to 10 hours to complete this project or a couple nights' work, depending on how fast you crochet. This pattern includes written instructions as well as crochet charts to demonstrate pattern techniques. Download the pattern and start tonight! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Crochet (ch, sc, dc, tr, picot) Blocking garment is optional - tutorial available GAUGE Instructions given for small sample to test gauge. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One size fits most with instructions for increasing or decreasing size Triangular shape shawl 70" W x 29" H SUGGESTED YARN 475 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Caron Simply Soft COLORWAY Autumn Red or your favorite color

Supplies Needed

  • Caron Simply Soft - 2 skeins (shown in Autumn Red)
  • H hook
  • Tapestry needle for weaving ends

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I'm a girly-girl in the extreme. I love pretty colors, soft textures, and anything that sparkles. So my idea of a good crochet project is a fun, feminine, flirty piece that feeds the fashionista in me! I design and crochet things I want to wear or use in my life, and I hope you'll love them too! I started crocheting in 1979 when an extremely patient, saint-of-a-woman taught me and ten or so other 8-year-old girls to crochet for our Bible School craft project. Somehow, that teacher retained her sanity and I retained a love for yarn. I took to the hook and have been crocheting ever since, making everything from doilies, to baby clothes, sweaters and footies, hats and scarves. After 20 years, I abandoned patterns and started experimenting with my own designs. And that's how I ended up here. :-) Find more of my crochet projects and patterns at