Celebrations Shawl by Wendy Lewis
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Celebrations Shawl

February 2013
DK (11 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
660 - 670 yards (604 - 613 m)
17 x 70 inches
Errata available: crochetmagazine.com

Designed specifically as an on-the-go project, this shawl has an easily memorized, three-row rhythmic repeat in a visibly big aligned stitch pattern. No squinting, hassling or fussing with pattern pages in your lap! With a big hook and a fun and pretty shell stitch pattern forming quickly before your eyes, it’s extremely relaxing, rewarding (and addicting!) to fly along with this light and airy piece that effortlessly goes from place to place with you.

Classic design with a modern eye-catching edging appealing to all ages, combined with the fact that it works up quickly, makes it the perfect go-to gift.

A shawl for all the special celebrations in life, but also destined to be an every day “grab-and-go” favorite wrap—so don’t forget to make one for yourself!

1) Misprint, p 98, First Short End Border, Row 2, “ch 4, sc, ch 7, sc, ch 4, sc) in next dc,“ should be “in same” dc“ (not next dc).

2) Shawl Body, Row 2: Add “ch 2” after “sc in ch-5 sp,” then rep* should be moved from before “dc in next ….” to before “ch 2.”

1 shell or pattern rep = 2-1/4 inches across widest point

Color of tosh dk used: 3 skeins Oceana