Bird of Prey by Veronica O'Neil
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Bird of Prey

Crochet
April 2012
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
9.0 mm (M/N)
400 yards (366 m)
one size (customizable)

Huge and airy fishnet triangle shawl with an optional clasp and lots and lots of fringe. This pattern utilizes the most basic crochet stitches: just chains and single crochet – perfect for a first-time hooker!

You can make this shawl with any yarn and any size hook – try a half shawl if you want something smaller or a lighter weight yarn if you want a finer mesh!

YARN
Approx. 400g super bulky weight yarn – shown in
Loops & Threads Cozy Wool 50% wool/50% acrylic;
4.5oz/90yds
Black, 4 balls

GAUGE
No gauge

MATERIALS
US size M/N (9mm) crochet hook
One approx. 2-inch sew-on metal clasp (pictured)
Sewing needle and thread to match yarn

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Approx. six feet wide and four feet long (with fringe)

Custom size options: You can make this shawl in any yarn on any size hook – just crochet the base chain until it measures your desired “wingspan”. Try a half shawl if you want something smaller or a lighter weight yarn if you want a finer mesh.

ch: chain (helpful link)
sc: single crochet (helpful link)

Tip: Join new balls of yarn at the beginning of a row. Tie the loose yarn ends in a square knot and disguise them as part of the fringe.