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Fritillary Shawl

Crochet
August 2012
3.5 mm (E)
900 - 1100 yards (823 - 1006 m)
56″ wingspan x 29″ down the spine
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

The Pearl-bordered Fritillary is a butterfly whose orange wings are adorned with black spots and rows of pearly markings along the edges. The delicate lace and iridescent beads of this triangular shawl capture the spirit of a Fritillary butterfly’s wingspread. As fall sets in, carry this reminder of summer on your shoulders for a bit of warmth on chilly evenings.

The linked website has the written instructions, and the pdf download includes written instruction and charts. I recommend this beading method.