Granny Fish Shawl by Elena Fedotova

Granny Fish Shawl

June 2016
Vivchari Ethno-Cotton 1200
Light Fingering ?
Three rounds of standard granny square = 2'' x 2'' (5 cm x 5 cm)
2.75 mm (C)
1145 - 1640 yards (1047 - 1500 m)
49½'' (126 cm) wingspan, 24¾'' (63 cm) height at center
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Lift your mood with a colorful Granny Fish shawl!

Made with fingering-weight cotton it saves your shoulders from the sun’s rays in summer and warms your neck on cooler days.

The pattern features classic granny motifs and two-color granny motifs, which look like two triangles in a square.

The size of the shawl can be adjusted by working fewer or more motif blocks.


  • Yarn: Ethno-Cotton 1200 by Vivchari, 70% cotton, 30% linen, Light Fingering/3 ply, 1312 yd (1200 m) per 200 g skein in shades, 002 (beige, MC), 007 (yellow), and 011 (dark grey).
  • Crochet hook: US C (2.75 mm), a large size hook for the fringe
  • Yarn needle weave in ends

49½’’ (126 cm) wingspan, 24¾’’ (63 cm) height at center


  • Three rounds of standard granny square = 2’’ x 2’’ (5 cm x 5 cm)
  • One fish block (four squares) measured from corner to opposite corner through the center = 5½’’ (14 cm)


  • Beige (MC) – 572 yd (522 m)
  • Yellow – 304 yd (278 m)
  • Grey – 270 yd (247 m)

Tech editing by Amy Curtin (Amerz on Ravelry).

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