Crossing the Brandywine by Michele DuNaier
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Crossing the Brandywine

Crochet
July 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
5.5 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches
in 3dc-Shell
4.5 mm
4.0 mm (G)
400 - 850 yards (366 - 777 m)
Shawl, Shallow Shawl, Scarf - can all be made in a variety of sizes. There are also directions for curved bottomedge, and crescent models.
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Come join us in at the MAD Cap Fans Ravelry group August 2015 for a CAL of this and the other shawls in the “Buckland Boomerangs” ebook!

The Blue & White model used:
Cascade Heritage Sock in white - 120 yds
Done Roving Frolicking Feet in Summer Sky - 225 yds
Berroco Ultra Alpaca in 12175 Periwinkle Mix - 250 yards

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“Perhaps I’ll wear Granny Adaldrida’s shawl! She wore it when crossing the Brandywine River into Buckland after her wedding to Marmadoc Brandybuck.”

Drogo sighed, knowing another fantastic tale of Primula’s family history was forthcoming…

“Yes, Granny saved her husband’s life on their honeymoon trip. When the paddles were swept overboard by a rogue wave, they were stranded in the middle of the Brandywine River – with river eels swarming around the boat – so Granny (with great presence of mind!) fashioned her shawl into a sail and the breeze blew their boat safely across to Buckland!” Primula recounted proudly.

Drogo’s eyes popped wide at the thought of rogue river waves, lost oars, and swarming eels…

“I inherited her crochet pattern for the shawl,” Primula said, looking admiringly at the shawl she held aloft… “Granny called the pattern ‘Crossing the Brandywine.’