Crow Prints Shawl by Camellia

Crow Prints Shawl

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April 2010
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 10½ - 6.5 mm
350 - 400 yards (320 - 366 m)
2 yards wide by 32 inches long
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

No longer available.

The pattern is now available in Italian, thanks to those who did that. It can be found here. You will need to register with a valid email, but registration is free (confirmed by email).

If you would like to sell any finished object made from this pattern--please do. I do not mind at all. Copyright only protects my pattern, not the resulting finished object. (I would love if you mention that I wrote the pattern if someone asks, but, again, not necessary.)

Update August 10th--An updated .pdf is now available for download. Please make sure you have crowprintsshawl1_3 prior to notifying me of errors. An extra purl stitch in the charts has been removed, and a word was changed in instructions for the written portion in order to try and add clarity.

Update: Version 1.2 is now the most current version of the .pdf, with all corrections listed below in the file.

Update: Row 21 of the written instructions is currently incorrect. It SHOULD read as follows:

Row 21: K2, *YO, K1, SKP, YO, K1, YO, K2tog, YO, K2, K2tog, SKP, K2, YO, SKP, YO, K1, YO, K2tog,
YO, K2, K2tog, SKP, K2, YO, SKP, YO, K1,YO, K2tog, K1, YO *, K1, repeat from * to , K2

The pdf will be updated within the next day.

Update april 12th--Row 3 has been entirely corrected in the newest .pdf, including the k1 for the central stitch that was missing.

UPDATE: It was kindly brought to my attention that row 3 of the set up instructions is incorrect. I apologize to everyone, I copied the wrong set-up chart when writing the instructions.

Row 3 should read:

k2, [yo, k1, yo, skp, yo, k3, yo, k2tog, yo, k1, yo] k1, repeat instructions in brackets, k2

5:44pm : .pdf file Crow Prints Shawl v.01 has the NEARLY correct row. It’s missing the k1 after the brackets, which is the center stitch. Sorry again folks.

A simple triangular shawl from the neck down. Inspired by the coming of spring and the leaving of the winter crow, I tried to capture a bit of one of my favourite birds in a shawl for a friend.

This pattern is both written and charted.