Bridgette Shawl by Knot Theorist Designs
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Bridgette Shawl

Crochet
March 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 9 rows = 4 inches
in dc ribbing after blocking
3.75 mm (F)
415 - 440 yards (379 - 402 m)
Wingspan of 63” and depth of 11” after blocking
US
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Bridgette is a long shallow crescent shawl with a lacy geometric border. The body of the shawl consists of soft, squishy ribbing.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Required Skills:
basic stitches (ch, sc, sl st, hdc, dc, tr)
basic increases and decreases
back loop only stitches

Construction:
The body of Bridgette is worked sideways. A varying increase/decrease rate forms the outer curved edge. The other edge remains flat throughout. A round of single crochet surrounds the body, then the border is worked along the curved edge.

Sources: Also available at LoveCrochet and Knitpicks.
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Description:
Bridgette est un long châle étroit qui augmente doucement avec une bordure en dentelle géométrique. Le corps du châle forme un ruban doux et confortable.
Niveau de difficulté : Intermédiaire
Points utilisés :
Mailles de bases : ml, ms, mc, br, Dbr.
Augmentations et diminutions.
Crocheter dans le brin arrière de la maille seulement.
Coquilles : (2br, 2ml, 2br) dans la même maille.
Coquilles de bordures : (2br, 5ml, 1mc dans le brin arrière de la 3ème maille après le crochet, 2ml, 2br) dans la même maille.
Le corps du châle Bridgette est travaillé sur le travers. Une succession d’augmentations/diminutions forment la partie courbe de la bordure. L’autre côté est droit. Un rang de mailles serrées font tout le tour du châle, puis la bordure est positionnée sur le côté courbe.


I would like to thank my testers Boudelene, FabricFiberWine, ShinyHappyDonna, disou, yarnymama, and colorsfromspace. I would also like to thank Boudelene for translating the pattern into French.