Thursday, May 10

Spring Showers Shawl to Crochet

Announcing the debut of my Spring Showers Shawl. This enchanting wing shaped crocheted shawl features and easy cascading lace repeat that evolves into a beautiful lace border. It is constructed from the top down. The border is worked around 2 sides of the shawl.
Make it in laceweight or fingering weight using a size F crochet hook. This shawl must be blocked to open the lace.

You’ll need about 700 yards of lace or fingering weight yarn and a size F (3.75 mm) crochet hook. I used 2 balls of Brown Sheep Nature Spun fingering yarn in Butterfly Blue for the this shawl. Blocked size of the pictured shawl is 52” along the neckline x 35” long at the deepest point.

The 5 page pattern includes written instructions and 2 crochet symbol charts -- one for the body and another for the border.  The pattern can be found in my Ravelry pattern store.

I hope you like this one as much as I do. :-) Enjoy!

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1 comment:

Sus said...

That's a lovely shawl! I'm afraid to say that I've become kind of picky about crochet shawls in my old (Ha!) age, but this is gorgeous. And I *lurve* the shape! Awesome job!