Faded Love Shawl by Mikaela Bates
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Faded Love Shawl

Crochet
April 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in (sc, lacy shell)
4.0 mm (G)
766 - 820 yards (700 - 750 m)
Finished Size: 170 cms (67 inches) wingspan, 80 cms (31 1/2 inches) top centre to point.
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This shawl had a mind of its own and simply wanted to be.
I was designing something completely different when this came to life and with its vintage feel and a new colour palette it reminded me of a well loved piece that has faded over time and so the Faded Love Shawl was born.
Made with a lovely lacy shell pattern (which is easy to do) and a more intricate lacy edging, this shawl would look beautiful in an array of colours and feels feminine and elegant.
Suitable for an advanced beginner who is comfortable with working with a lighter weight yarn and using chains, slip stiches, single, double and treble crochet.

Details
Designed as a shawl through you can also wear it as a large triangle scarf.

If you wish to complete the example size it is approximately 170cm (67 inches) wingspan and 80cm (31 1/2 inches) from the top to the centre point.

Centre top out construction so you can stop when it gets to your desired size or you run out of yarn.

Skill Level: Easy - Intermediate

Stitches used: double magic circle, ch, sl st, sc, dc, tr.

Yarn: any fingering weight yarn.
I used Bendigo Woollen Mills 4 ply cotton in Parchment, Glacier and Orchid colourways.

Included in this 16 page PDF pattern:

  • 36 tutorial photos
  • 15 other photos (including photos to assist with blocking)
  • American English crochet terms used throughout.
  • 2 charts - one for the body and one for the edging.
  • Clear concise written instructions with a layout designed to make it easy to follow and not lose your place.
  • Full instructions for lace edging.
  • Text only printable page so you can print the pattern on just 1 double sided page reducing paper usage.
  • Landscape layout that looks good on a laptop, tablet or phone (simply zoom in on half the page on your smart phone to see the pattern clearly in portrait mode).
  • Links to 3 tutorials to help with the special stitches.
  • Additional information about the benefits and how to block this pattern.

You may sell items created using this pattern. Please credit Mikaela Bates - Vivid Kreations for the design and consider linking to this pattern if selling online.