Fading Brightness Shawl by Annelies Baes (Vicarno)

Fading Brightness Shawl

August 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
3.5 mm (E)
3.75 mm (F)
984 - 1312 yards (900 - 1200 m)
one size, but very easy adjustable
both US and UK
This pattern is available for €4.95 EUR buy it now

Fading Brightness is a large triangular shawl worked in handdyed sockyarn with a ‘fading’ look.

Different stitch patterns and alternating colours resulting in a soft, squishy and stretchy shawl.

The pattern has 3 sections :
Section 1 : body of the shawl in a ‘dense’ stitch pattern
Section 2 : openworked ‘lace’ part
Section 3 : the border

Fully written pattern in English (both UK and US terms), and in Dutch.
A German version will be available soon as well.

2 large crochet charts are included, as well as a schematic.

The size of the shawl is very easily adjustable.
My shawl measures : 240cm/94.25in wingspan and 50cm/20in deep.

Yarn :
Wol Met Verve Basic Sock Yarn, 100g/420m
Shade 475 : 1 skein
Shade 486 : 1 skein
Shade 489 : 1 skein

Crochet hooks : 3,5 mm and 3,75 mm

Skill level : average.

Tested and edited.