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Thalassa Crocheted Shawl


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Made from the bottom up, Thalassa is a triangular shawl crocheted in an open mesh pattern. You can use any yarn (at any gauge!) for this quick-and-easy-to-stitch project. Its finished size is easy to customize, too: Just keep repeating the simple one-row pattern until you reach your desired size! Easy peasy. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic double crochet and chain stitches GAUGE Gauge is not crucial to the success of this project. Any yarn at any gauge will work! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The shawl shown in the photo is approximately 52" wide and 20" long, but can be made larger or smaller by simply repeating the pattern row until the desired size. Easy! SUGGESTED YARN 440 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Malabrigo Sock COLORWAY #808 Ochre

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  • Crochet hook, size H/8
  • Crochet hook, size G/7

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Melissa Leapman Designs
Melissa Leapman Designs
A widely-published designer, Melissa Leapman has published patterns in every premier needlecrafts publication in the country. Melissa is the author of several bestselling knitting and crocheting books. Recent titles are </i>Cables Untangled</i>, <i>Continuous Cables</i>, <i>Color Knitting the Easy Way</i>, <i>Mastering Color Knitting</i> and <i>Stashbuster Knits</i>. Her most recent book is <i>Knitting the Perfect Fit</i>, published by Random House/Potter Craft . It is a designer's exploration of how to use fully-fashioned shaping to create figure flattering sweaters. As a freelance designer, she has worked with leading ready-to-wear manufacturers and design houses in NYC. In addition, most American yarn companies commission Melissa to create designs to promote their new and existing yarns each season. She has been a featured guest on numerous television shows, is a popular guest blogger, and is the host of several Leisure Arts knitting and crocheting DVDs. Nationally, her workshops are popular with crafters of all levels.